EVENTS / 2013

Greening the academic agenda

28 August 2013

Wednesday August 28th 2013

12 – 1pm EST / 9 - 10 am PST


As environmental issues such as extreme weather events, volatile commodity prices, natural resource shortages, pollution and biodiversity loss increasingly impact business and society, companies, investors and Governments are increasingly demanding a work force that is better skilled to provide solutions to these complex challenges.


This webinar explores how academic institutions can contribute at the cutting edge of business and scientific debate by incorporating natural capital metrics into research and teaching curricular.


Join Prof. Anant K. Sundaram (Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth) and James Salo PhD (Trucost), who will discuss emerging trends in greening the academic agenda and address the question: how can academic institutions meet demand for green research and skills?


Join this webinar to find out how you can:

  • Use natural capital metrics to provide business context to academic research
  • Attract a growing body of environmentally-aware students
  • Embed environmental research and analysis into teaching curricula
  • Demonstrate leadership on the green agenda


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Greening the academic agenda

James Salo PhD, Senior VP Strategy and Research, Trucost

·         How is academia responding to demand for green research and skills?

·         The growth of natural capital metrics in research and curricula


Talking the language of business and economics

Divya Mankikar, VP North America, Trucost

·         Providing business  context to sustainability challenges

·         The opportunity for academic institutions


Embedding natural capital concepts in the academic agenda

Professor Anant K. Sundaram, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

·         Using natural capital metrics in the classroom

·         Using natural capital metrics to enhance your academic research