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The Climate Imperative for Business

Business as usual is no longer an option.

Brian Berkey et al.  
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Phasing Out Single-Use Plastics in Grocery Retailing

Addressing the sustainability paradox will require both the selfish agent and the moral actor within each us.

Lefteris Kioses et al.  
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Becoming Fashion Forward: Making Circular Fashion a Reality

Circular supply chains and recycling are revolutionizing the apparel industry.

Claire Chang  
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Energy Efficiency: Socially AND Economically Rewarding

Optimizing the efficiency of appliances, buildings, and processes should become a priority.

David Salisbury  
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Sustainable Products: Not Just Necessary, But Profitable

It is impossible to deny the effects of the environmental crisis. But promising developments in food, energy, and oth...

David Salisbury  
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Trump’s Ecologically Lawless USA: Companies Must Become Their Own Sheriff

Amidst a rapid dismantling of the America's environmental protections, the planet's ecological future is ever more fr...

David Salisbury  
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ARCS Statement on Business Leadership & Climate Change

Corporations can lead the way in finding sustainable solutions to the climate crisis. But they must operate with awar...

Tom Lyon  
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Beyond Environmentalism: Corporate Sustainability and Political Responsibility

Sustainable business models come from corporations embracing their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporat...

Marina Arshavskiy  
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What's the Difference Between a Circle and Loophole?

Can the circular economy correct for the fundamental inequities that have contributed to environmental degradation in...

Jeff Voss  
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Campus Sustainability: Berkeley's Zero Waste Research Center

UC Berkeley's Zero Waste Resource Center is aiming to inspire environmentally practices that could make the campus wa...

David Salisbury  
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Growing Agriculture Markets with Vertical Farms

Population demands and rising costs will make conventional farming prohibitively difficult to sustain. Vertical farms...

Mark Esposito  
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Food for Thought: The Future of Insects and Sustainable Food

In the face of climate change and a growing world population food is becoming more scarce. However, other cultures ar...

Elle Mahdavi  
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You've Got Mail: Integrating the USPS into the Circular Economy

Consumers play a essential role in the lifecycle of products - but many items are often thrown away or left to sit in...

Mark Esposito  
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Living in Smog: The Social and Economic Impact of Severe Air Pollution in China

Three decades of rapid development and urbanization have lifted China out of poverty, but at a substantial economic c...

Kelsey Chong  
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Pollutive Reactions

Urbanization presents new challenges when it comes to environmental health and sustainability. These three American c...

Danielle Miguel  
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Are Countries Actually Committing to Green Energy?

With energy markets on the verge of a green transition, are governments drafting national policies to reflect this en...

Daniel Ginsberg  
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Colony Collapse Disorder: The Economics of Decline

For the first time in history, bees have been placed on the endangered species list. The bee population has declined ...

Amelia Sadler  
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Green Chemistry: Molecular Technology on a Massive Scale

Meeting sustainability goals starts at the molecular level. Learn about how new technologies enabled by 'green chemis...

Mark Esposito  
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Moi, Moche et Wonky: Making Progress on Food Waste

Staggering amounts of food are wasted annually. The best way to make a change is to shift public perception. This pos...

Mark Esposito  
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Food Waste and the Circular Economy: No Stinky Business

One billion people go hungry every year, and another billion are undernourished. At the same time, three billion tons...

Mark Esposito  
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Norway's Oil Shock

Norwegians enjoy a high standard of living and broad economic prosperity, due in large part to the country's rich oil...

Lillian Dong  
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How Companies Can Benefit from the Circular Economy

Since the industrial revolution, our economies and companies have relied heavily on the availability of bountiful and...

Mark Esposito  
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Understanding Hybrid Organizations

An interview with Dr. Nardia Haigh, editor of CMR's special issue on hybrid organizations.

California Management Review  
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Balancing Business and the Environment

An interview with Ken Lee, Co-founder of Lotus Foods.

California Management Review  
 

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