This course is about the business of sustainability. Corporate environmentalism is no longer an inherent opposition to business, but a competitive necessity. The current wave of environmentalism, which is intricately tied to the concept of sustainability, sees entrepreneurship and corporate contributions as a (often the) solution to issues like climate change, energy security, pollution prevention, social service delivery and economic development. The course is not designed to make you proficient in environmental law, sustainable development, or public policy. It focuses instead on tools for developing integrated business-level strategy: understanding the competitive drivers of sustainability, paths for creating public value while appropriating private value, and on viable strategies for competitive markets.
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