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We Can Build a Better Climate Solution Today
Media Mentions | November 12, 2014 | The Daily Climate
Professor Elke Weber suggests that simply putting more ambition into the default options guiding many of our decisions can lead to great strides on climate change.
Your Brain on Climate Change: Why the Threat Produces Apathy, Not Action
Media Mentions | November 10, 2014 | The Guardian
Professor Elke Weber says society fails to act on climate change because our brains aren’t wired to respond long–term risks.
China's Wealthy Look to Make 'Social Impact' on Education
Media Mentions | November 07, 2014 | China Daily USA
Professor Raymond Horton discusses the training program for Chinese entrepreneurs who want to engage in impact investing hosted jointly by the School’s Social Enterprise Program and Shenzhen Innovation Corporate Social Responsibility Development Center.
Can Art Inspire Climate Change Action? An Ice Installation Aims to Do Just That
Media Mentions | October 23, 2014 | The Guardian
Professor Elke Weber co-authors an article about how art and culture not only connects people, but can inspire them to take action against climate change.
Real Progress on Emissions Can Lead to a Global Pact
Media Mentions | September 29, 2014 | The New York Times
Social Enterprise Program Co-Director Bruce Usher says that a global climate treaty will happen, but it’s a two-track process as nations will first need to realize that they can reduce emissions without compromising economic growth.
The US as a Climate Change Leader?
Media Mentions | September 23, 2014 | The Huffington Post
Professor Bruce Usher argues that while the US has made progress in recent years on reducing emissions, climate change is an international problem requiring action by all countries to arrive at sustainable solution.
Can Eco-Conscious Travelers Do Anything to Fly Green?
Media Mentions | August 11, 2014 | Smithsonian
Professor Geoff Heal comments on the legitimacy of airlines carbon offsetting programs.
‘Broken Windows’ Is Good in Theory, Troubling in Practice
Media Mentions | July 27, 2014 | The New York Times
Donnel Baird ’13 argues that instead of more policing and criminalizing of minorities, the NYPD should offer alternative ways of protecting the community, such as providing training and employment to offenders of minor violations.
Trying to Be a Nice Guy in Small-Business Lending
Media Mentions | July 10, 2014 | Bloomberg Businessweek
Prof. Steven Mandis says that in order to facilitate small business growth, create jobs, and truly help distressed borrowers, small-business lenders need to put principles above profit.
Incubating Impact: Why a New York City Program's Pairing MBAs and Social Enterprise
Media Mentions | June 11, 2014 | Forbes
Nell Debevoise ’12 and Yael Silverstein ’13 founded Inspire Impact, a 10–week program that pairs MBA students with nonprofits and for–profit mission–driven companies, provides a business advisory service and a competitive boost to social enterprise.
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