This course prepares students to address the most critical issues at the intersection of business and sustainability. It was designed to use the mainstream concepts of regulatory risk, consumer demand, operational efficiency, and cost of capital to explore the issue of sustainability as a core business concern. Students will learn how sustainability has impacted corporate strategies and strucutres as well as how "being green" fits in with the profit objectives of a business organization.
"This course is not about corporate social responsibility. It is about corporate strategy. That is the only way that these issues can be considered truly sustainable"
-- Andrew Hoffman, Author