About Author: Christina Wildt

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Christina Wildt is an MS in Environmental Policy candidate at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy. Christina is passionate about transforming the way consumers affect the natural world and is pursuing a career in corporate environmental sustainability management.

Posts by Christina Wildt

  • This article was originally posted on Triple Pundit on December 27th, 2013 By Juzer Rangoonwala In 2010, outdoor air pollution caused 620,000 premature deaths in Indian cities. Urban population in India is estimated to […]

    Urban Transport in India: Moving People Not Cars

    This article was originally posted on Triple Pundit on December 27th, 2013 By Juzer Rangoonwala In 2010, outdoor air pollution caused 620,000 premature deaths in Indian cities. Urban population in India is estimated to […]

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  • This article was originally posted on Triple Pundit on December 26th, 2013 by  Miles Crettien Large-scale industrial farming is one of the most environmentally damaging practices on the planet. The world’s population is […]

    How Aquaponics Makes Commercial Urban Agriculture Possible

    This article was originally posted on Triple Pundit on December 26th, 2013 by  Miles Crettien Large-scale industrial farming is one of the most environmentally damaging practices on the planet. The world’s population is […]

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  • This article was originally posted on the on Triple Pundit on December 23rd, 2013 by  Amy Davila Sanchez Tara’s mother, pursuing her life dream to become an organic farmer,  acquired a […]

    Puerto Rico’s Sustainable Food Network

    This article was originally posted on the on Triple Pundit on December 23rd, 2013 by  Amy Davila Sanchez Tara’s mother, pursuing her life dream to become an organic farmer,  acquired a […]

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  •  For the November Sustainable Business Series, the Bard MBA in Sustainability partnered with Sustainability Practice Network for a panel discussion titled, New York City’s Road to Resiliency. Moderated by Eban […]

    NYC’s Road to Resiliency

     For the November Sustainable Business Series, the Bard MBA in Sustainability partnered with Sustainability Practice Network for a panel discussion titled, New York City’s Road to Resiliency. Moderated by Eban […]

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  • Bill Thomas admits that back in 2007, he was a climate skeptic. So how, just 6 years later, did he become the Global Head of Sustainability for HSBC? Thomas joined […]

    Learning to Lead with HSBC

    Bill Thomas admits that back in 2007, he was a climate skeptic. So how, just 6 years later, did he become the Global Head of Sustainability for HSBC? Thomas joined […]

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  • This article was originally posted on the Economics for Equity and the Environment Blog on November 12th, 2013 by Eban Goodstein.   Back in 2009, I had the chance to interview […]

    Future Economies Project, Starting Now

    This article was originally posted on the Economics for Equity and the Environment Blog on November 12th, 2013 by Eban Goodstein.   Back in 2009, I had the chance to interview […]

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  • Hunter Lovins moderated a panel for the Bard MBA at the GoGreen NY conference on September 26th. The discussion focused on “Driving CSR Through Stakeholder Strategies “, and featured Diana […]

    Bard MBA Sponsors CSR Conversation at GoGreen NY

    Hunter Lovins moderated a panel for the Bard MBA at the GoGreen NY conference on September 26th. The discussion focused on “Driving CSR Through Stakeholder Strategies “, and featured Diana […]

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  • For the most recent Sustainable Business Fridays conversation, we were joined by Tamra Ryan, the CEO of a unique mission based company, The Women’s Bean Project. What makes this company […]

    Working Upward: The Women’s Bean Project

    For the most recent Sustainable Business Fridays conversation, we were joined by Tamra Ryan, the CEO of a unique mission based company, The Women’s Bean Project. What makes this company […]

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  • The key to greening consumer behavior? “Move sustainability from niche to normal,” claims Freya Williams, the SVP and Strategy Director of Publicis Kaplan Thaler. Williams joined us in New York City […]

    Taking Sustainability Mainstream

    The key to greening consumer behavior? “Move sustainability from niche to normal,” claims Freya Williams, the SVP and Strategy Director of Publicis Kaplan Thaler. Williams joined us in New York City […]

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  • This past Friday, as part of the Sustainable Business Fridays series, the Bard MBA in Sustainability program was joined by Elysa Hammond. Hammond is Director of Environmental Stewardship at Clif […]

    Clif Bar and the Quintuple Bottom Line

    This past Friday, as part of the Sustainable Business Fridays series, the Bard MBA in Sustainability program was joined by Elysa Hammond. Hammond is Director of Environmental Stewardship at Clif […]

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