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Students Apply Sustainable Business Concepts to Uplift Challenged Community
Students Apply Sustainable Business Concepts to Uplift Challenged Community
What does it take to transform a community from “striving” to “thriving”? Ask undergraduate students in Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business who recently learned about creating sustainable communities through an innovative project.
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Scheller Faculty Featured in Recent Media Op-Eds
Scheller Faculty Featured in Recent Media Op-Eds
Two recent sustainability-focused op-eds featured Scheller faculty in Corporate Knights and Environmental Leader.
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Professor Beril Toktay; Brady Family Chair in Management; Faculty Director, Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business
Beril Toktay Selected as Finalist for 2019 Atlanta E3 Awards
On July 29, 2019, Scheller College of Business Professor Beril Toktay was selected as a finalist for the 2019 Atlanta E3 Awards in the “Impact” category. The Atlanta E3 Awards, which are presented by the Metro Atlanta Chamber (MAC), celebrate the companies, organizations and people whose work innovates at the intersection of sustainability and commerce.
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Karie Davis-Nozemack discusses taxes as a sustainability issue in an op-ed for Corporate Knights
Karie Davis-Nozemack Pens Op-ed on How Paying Taxes Is a Sustainability Issue
In an op-ed published in Corporate Knights on July 3, Karie Davis-Nozemack argues that paying taxes should be considered a sustainability issue. Around the globe, corporations (just like many individuals) try to avoid paying taxes. In the United States alone, 60 profitable Fortune 500 companies earned ...
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Professor Sudheer Chava discusses the impact of a firm's environmental profile in a recent article published by Environmental Leader.
Sudheer Chava Discusses Capital Cost Reductions Introduced by Socially Responsible Investing
Sudheer Chava Discusses Capital Cost Reductions Introduced by Socially Responsible Investing
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What Are the Implications of Recycling Technology Choice on Environmental Benefits of Recycling?
What Are the Implications of Recycling Technology Choice on Environmental Benefits of Recycling?
Collective recycling systems have long been criticized for restricting the environmental benefits of extended producer responsibility because of free-riding issues among producers. This study revisits and refines this assertion and shows that when recycling technology choice is taken into account, collective recycling systems can lead to higher environmental benefits than individual recycling systems.
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Steve Tochilin describes sustainability at Delta Air Lines.
Sustainability Experts Tell Future Change Agents That Flexibility Is Key for Careers
The speakers discussed sustainability developments within their organizations and offered career advice based on their own trajectories. Panelists stressed the value of acquiring work experience in core business functions, especially ...
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Michael Oxman spoke to the Savannah Council on World Affairs about sustainable business.
Michael Oxman Discusses Sustainable Business at Savannah Council on World Affairs
After working in the energy sector in places such as the Soviet Union, Kazakhstan, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines, Oxman witnessed firsthand how social and environmental risks affect companies and their bottom lines.
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