What Is COP28 and Why Is It Important?
CBS Professors Bruce Usher and Gernot Wagner share their insights on the the annual climate gathering and the School’s role in shaping the future of climate education.
New research challenges the accepted wisdom that shunning companies that fail to meet your values puts pressure on them or puts them out of business.
Columbia Business School Professor Bruce Usher discusses his new book, which outlines the risks and opportunities for investors from climate change, and how current students and alumni are addressing major environmental challenges.
Three takeaways from the 2022 Brazil Climate Summit held at Columbia Business School’s Manhattanville campus
Across (and sometimes even within) academic disciplines, no topic under the broad umbrella of climate economics tolerates quite so large a gap between facts and dogma, and between the power of a seemingly simple idea on the one hand and raw political power on the other.
At the inaugural event for the new Climate Change and New American Economy Series, Brian Deese, MIT innovation fellow and former director of the National Economic Action Council at the White House, discusses climate action and economic opportunity.
Heated academic debates between proponents and opponents of traditional economic growth under capitalism might make for good television, but they offer little in the way of solutions. Climate change demands that we achieve both growth and degrowth, depending on the activity and economic sector in question.
Our approach so far to ESG is ‘fundamentally flawed,’ argues veteran investor Terrence Keeley in a conversation with CBS Professor Shivaram Rajgopal.
With investments in dozens of companies worldwide, Ron Gonen '04 closes the loop on sustainable economic practices.