Anna Eapen ’23 says the GSE experience has provided space to own a social impact project and engage in deep learning throughout the semester.
Early in his tenure as Unilever’s CEO, Paul Polman started thinking about the implications of infinite capitalism on a finite planet.
Creating a Financial Vehicle that Black Farmers Can Trust: A Conversation with Olivia Watkins of Black Farmer Fund
On February 16th, 2022, the Center for the Business and the Environment at Yale (CBEY) welcomed Olivia Watkins, Co-Founder and President of the Black Farmer Fund.
Often when people hear about impact investing, they assume it requires sacrificing financial returns for impact.
On December 8, 2021, the Social Impact Lab heard from Chuck Slaughter, an experienced social entrepreneur, and SOM alumnus. Mr.
"You have from now until 2 am to make your final edits to the presentation, then be ready early tomorrow morning to present to the client".
On November 10, 2021, Yale’s SOM Social Impact Lab welcomed Tess Hart MBA/MEM ’17, co-founder and CEO of Triple Bottom Brewing Company, one of only a handful of Certified B-Corp breweries in the United States.
On October 27, 2021, Yale SOM’s Social Impact Lab welcomed Sri Misra, founder and CEO of Milk Mantra.
SOM’s social impact club leaders joined in welcoming the Class of 2023 through the Net Impact Kickoff Event, in which second-year club leaders had the opportunity to share details of the clubs’ missions and activities.
Energy for All: Richenda Van Leeuwen on Effective Approaches for Expanding Sustainable Energy Access
As the world continues working towards a more sustainable future, understanding key drivers of the progress we have made so far can help fuel an even more effective decade of climate action.