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Most Discussions on Climate Change Ignore These 10 Basic Facts about Human Nature
Media Mentions | June 14, 2015 | Vox
Professor Elke Webber says people perceive and respond to risk through their emotions more than analyzing the facts.
8 Investments That Make a Difference
Media Mentions | June 03, 2015 | U.S. News & World Report
Investors should look for compelling financial and ethical stories when seeking socially responsible investments, according to Professor Geoffrey Heal.
15 Ways to Powerfully Communicate Climate Change Solutions
Media Mentions | May 05, 2015 | The Guardian
Professor Elke Weber says the best way to promote positive climate change action is to communicate effective and credible solutions that cumulate and scale up.
Damon Phillips to Serve as Co-Director of Tamer Center
School News | April 14, 2015
Summit on Sustainable Food Sets the Table for Innovation
School News | April 08, 2015
The summit drew roughly 75 attendees and featured keynoter Ethan Brown ’08, co-founder and CEO of Beyond Meat, and four food-expert panelists.
Donation to Expand Social Enterprise at Columbia
Media Mentions | February 02, 2015 | Poets & Quants
The article features the creation of the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise and includes commentary from Professor Bruce Usher on the significant impact of this landmark gift from Sandra and Tony Tamer.
Boston Nonprofit Ceres Stresses Green Effort
Media Mentions | February 01, 2015 | The Boston Globe
Professor Geoff Heal says Ceres, a non-profit environmental advocate, was one of the first to articulate the economic advantage in investing to prevent damage to the environment.
Columbia Business School Receives Generous Donation to Establish the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise
Press Release | January 28, 2015
The new center will create a cross-disciplinary epicenter of social enterprise and social entrepreneurship activities at Columbia
The Next Energy Revolution Won't Be in Wind or Solar. It Will Be in Our Brains.
Media Mentions | January 22, 2015 | The Washington Post
Professor Elke Weber says when making energy choices, economic cost is not the only motivator.
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