The economy keeps churning along but so does climate change. These two forces are important for future economic growth, consumption and investment growth and were responsible for a string of 2023 disasters including horrific wildfires.
UCLA Anderson, and UCLA at large, share a long-standing mission to serve the communities to which we belong, as well as the world around us.
Award-winning businesswoman Sarah Valdovinos (’01) wants to develop a greener pipeline to jobs in the lucrative renewables sector.
Gates Foundation’s Hugh Chang ('90) Put Technology to Work for Social Change
Nike Irvin spoke to a UCLA Anderson Audience in conversation with Bhavna Sivanand (’14), director of the Center for Impact, and Julie Ortega (’19), Net Impact's director of engagement.
Green Initiatives — By Themselves — Won’t Boost Productivity
Environmentally conscious companies that also instill teamwork and quality enjoy higher output
Polluting Chinese Manufacturers: Do Their Misdeeds Drag Down Shares of Their Customer Companies Overseas?
Factories’ political connections — a boon in good times — turn into a liability when trouble hits
BRCA Mutation: New Model Quantifies How Surgeries Reduce Cancer Risk
Informed by personal experience, a researcher parses data to help those mulling mastectomy and gynecological surgeries
How to Make Sustainable Products More Appealing to Consumers
Magali Delmas proposes a “green bundle,” combining environmental good with product traits — quality, healthiness, performance, status — that have always sold