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    Red Hat Participates in Fall 2016 B Corp Clinic

    January 18, 2017

    By Carla Davis, NC State Sustainability Office Communications Contributions from Anna Campbell, Poole College Communications Is a for-profit company’s only goal to generate profit? A growing number of Triangle-area businesses…

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    B Corp Clinic Featured in the AACSB Blog

    November 27, 2016

    The Business Sustainability Collaborative program the B Corp Clinic was featured in the AACSB Blog post, "Developing Social Entrepreneurs Through B Corp Clinic."

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    BSC Director Jessica Thomas Recognized for her Commitment to Teaching “Business as a Force for Good”

    November 2, 2016

    Thomas was awarded the Bill Clark Award at the 2016 B Corp Champions Retreat held October 18-20 in Philadelphia, Penn. The award recognizes an individual outside of a certified B Corp who has done the most to support the global B Corp Community. Learn more about her contribution to the global B Corp movement.

  • north carolina

    How Supply Chain Management Can Improve North Carolina’s Environmental Footprint

    November 2, 2016

    Rejaul Hasan reviews a report published by the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC), North Carolina's Supply Chain: Conduit for Commerce and Economic Development, and provides insight into how sustainable supply chain management strategies have the capacity to improve North Carolina’s footprint.

  • education

    The Importance of Sustainable Business Education with Scott Showalter

    September 7, 2016

    Sustainability Persepctives Video Series The Importance of Sustainable Business Education Scott Showalter, Professor of Practice in the Department of Accounting shares his vision for business sustainability and the importance in preparing our students to drive sustainable change in our new Sustainability Perspectives Video Series.                   

  • net impact

    NC State Net Impact Chapters Receive Gold Chapter Standing

    September 7, 2016

    NC State’s undergraduate and graduate Net Impact chapters both received 2016 Gold standings in recognition of their outstanding performance in the past academic year. It is the second consecutive year…

  • business

    Fellow FromThe Other Side: Not Your Everyday MBA

    August 15, 2016

     by Benjamin Bradley, Jenkins MBA Class of 2017 I’m not your typical business school student (I know, that’s what they all say). But I practice what I preach. I sincerely…

  • farm to table

    Chopped produce initiative brings greens from farm to school

    June 22, 2015

    Collards and cabbages from farms in Warren County are finding their way back into nearby school cafeterias, thanks to Working Landscape’s Chopped Produce Initiative. The initiative purchases greens from three local farmers, chops them in their certified processing facility and delivers them to customers’ cafeterias.

  • community

    NC State’s Wolfpack aims for zero waste

    June 16, 2015

    Starting this fall, NC State’s Carter Finley Stadium is striving for zero waste.

  • renewable energy

    2050: 100% renewables possible in NC (and every other state)

    June 10, 2015

    Photo: The Solutions Project/creative commons When Apple, Google and Facebook warned NC legislators against freezing renewables targets, they hinted very strongly that the state's growing prowess in renewable energy was a key factor in their investments here. Yet, whenever discussion about renewable energy comes up, many detractors still cite economic cost and technical challenges as a major reason to stick with the status quo. A new study led by Stanford civil and environmental engineering professor Mark Z. Jacobson, and published in Energy and Environmental Sciences, suggests that a 100% renewable energy future is not just possible for North Carolina, but…

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