The Wharton-led, Penn-wide Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership (IGEL) promotes knowledge for business sustainability through world-class research, transformative teaching and constructive dialogue between top alumni, academic, corporate, government, and non-government organizations. IGEL is a hub for business and sustainability, connecting and leveraging academic capital at Penn to help business leaders of today and tomorrow to create more sustainable industries.
- “Wharton Has Been Walking On The Circular Economy For Years,” a new post on the IGEL blog by David Mazzocco of Wharton Operations
- Campbell’s Soup Company releases its 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report
- Harnessing the Power of Big Data for Sustainable Healthcare, a new Wharton IGEL-Knowledge@Wharton report written in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson, sheds light on the challenges of utilizing big data to make the healthcare supply chain greener
- President Dr. Paul F. Boulos Appointed to Wharton Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership Corporate Advisory Board
- Rubicon Global Founder and CEO Nate Morris Named Finalist for EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 Innovyze
- Austin Bream, Junior in the Wharton School, Wins First Place in 2016 College House Deans Integrates Knowledge Awards
- Wharton IGEL Corporate Advisory Board member, John Shegerian, President/CEO of Electronic Recyclers, is interviewed on PBS
- Eric Orts, IGEL Facutly Director, provides commentary about recycling carbon on LinkedIn
Eric W. Orts
Guardsmark Professor, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics and Management
IGEL’s Director, Eric W. Orts, speaking at IGEL’s 2015 conference, Business Takes the Lead: How Innovation Will Drive Our Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change.
Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania
Gary Survis, IGEL Senior Fellow, has participated in multiple IGEL sponsored conferences and moderated several of IGEL’s Annual Conferences.