Category Archives: Current Students

Corporations and Conservation: The Long Road to Partnership

by Renzo Mendoza Castro Since finishing a few weeks ago, my summer internship experience has been the most popular subject of conversation with friends and colleagues. When I say that I helped WWF develop regional corporate partnerships in Asia, people … Continue reading

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From HuffPost: One joint degree’s summer of recycling innovation

Jancy Langley (MEM/MBA ’15) spent her summer tasked with using her business and environmental background to help launch a new recycling co-op. It didn’t go exactly as planned. Her account of the experience as an Alcoa Fellow at Greenovate Boston, and … Continue reading

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Making the Big Pivot at Sustainable Brands 2014

by Marissa Galizia At the Sustainable Brands San Diego Conference 2014, sustainability and marketing executives from top companies around the world gathered to discuss what their companies are doing to promote greater environmental sustainability while building the value of their … Continue reading

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The Urban Endgame

According to Karen Seto, Professor of Geography and Urbanization at Yale F&ES, cities are not only laboratories for sustainability, but they are defining the newest frontiers of sustainability. Cities are where we will see changes that matter, and where we … Continue reading

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Yale’s Nespresso Sustainability team earns top honors

In the last month and a half, FES/SOM joint degree students Brendan Edgerton, Susannah Harris, Sarah Smith, and Heather West went from writing final papers to participating in real world sustainability planning with Nespresso. CBEY is proud to announce that, … Continue reading

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