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ENVR E-135: Corporate Sustainability Strategy

This course explores corporate sustainability from the perspective of large, multinational corporations. We focus on the management tools available to corporations and how they can drive sustainability into a company at all levels, providing a balance between environmental stewardship, social wellbeing, and economic prosperity. We explore how to prioritize various actions through stakeholder engagement, how to analyze and prepare a sustainability report, and we examine the perspective of the investment community and important governance issues.
Note: Online with the option to attend class on campus.

Professor: 

Suzanne Farver
Matthew Gardner
Zelina O. Eyceoz

Season: 

Fall

Days: 

M

Time: 

7:40-9:40

Course ID: 

13555

Research Areas: 

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