• Read current news about IGEL’s Corporate Sponsors & Advisory Board Members:
    • Call for Student Solutions to Climate Risk Management Challenges- Read more about the application here! Submissions due by March 15th
    • Latest blogpost: The responsibility of the consumer in the free market economy by Willem Adrianus de Bruijn
    • Spring course highlight: Renewable energy and its impacts: Technology, Ecology, Economics, Sustainability. Taught by Professor Noam Lior. Check out the syllabus for EAS 402/502 here!
    • Jon Freedman of Suez reflects on his semester teaching The Future of Water at Penn. Read more here!
    • “Insuring Nature” the latest publication by Wharton Professors Carolyn Kousky & Sarah Light!
    • Spring Course Highlight: MBA: Energy Markets and Policy (BEPP-OIDD 763) & Undergrad Energy & Environmental Economics (BEPP-OIDD 263) with Dr. Arthur van Benthem!
    • Rubicon Global is hiring a Sustainability Analyst- check out the listing here
    • Federal methane rollbacks spark new opposition from 12 major utilities- read more here
    • 16 young environmentalists tapped for Delta advisory board on sustainability future in aviation. Read more here
    • Job Alert! Corporate Sustainability Specialist at Sims Metal Management Limited. Apply here
    • IGEL Alumni Advisory member, Karissa Kruse, announced that Sonoma County now has a record-breaking 99% of its local vineyards certified sustainable! Read more here
    • Check out IGEL Faculty Director, Eric Orts, speak at the 1.5 Minute Climate Lecture Series here
    • Rubicon Global Recognized as a “Best For The World” B Corp for Sustainability and Environmental Excellence- Read more here
    • Innovyze to be Featured on Advancements TV Series Hosted by Ted Danson on CNBC- read more here
    • FMC: Exploring Carbon Emissions in our Supply Chain. Read more here
    • The enterprise urban tree initiative. Learn more here
    • Chesapeake utilities corporation named top workplace for eighth consecutive year! Read more here 
    • The Climate Change Debate: Will New Proposals Provide Any Solutions? Listen to Faculty Director, Eric Orts, explain his opinion on the latest Knowledge@Wharton podcast here
    • Sign up for Designing a Green New Deal all-day September 13th. For more information, click here
    • Special Report by Suez & Knowledge@Wharton: The End of Wasted Water A Revolution in Reuse Is Underway. Read more here
    • Check out Penn’s 1.5 minute Climate Lecture Series held every Wednesday at 12 noon in front of the Ben Franklin Statue. On September 11th, Faculty Director Eric Orts will be a featured speaker!
    • We’re a proud partner of New Metrics ’19: the preeminent conference on next-generation goals and reporting, taking place Nov 18-20 in Philadelphia.
    • The Philadelphia Energy Authority is now hiring a Fall Energy Campaign intern – apply now! 
    • Fall course spotlight: Energy and its impacts: technology, ecology, economics, sustainability. Check out the syllabus here
    • Business must get Political- For Climate Sustainability. Read IGEL Faculty Director Eric Orts’ latest blogpost for the Wharton Risk Mangement and Decision Processes department.
    • Check out IGEL’s latest blog post: Safety as an Element of Sustainability Strategies for Health and Well-being on Campus by Cloe Tchelikidi
    • The MBA Alumni Career Services provides continued support for Wharton alumni — check out more here
    • Listen to Jon Freedman of Suez on the newest podcast episode of Brave Blue World. 
    • Fall course spotlight: The Future of Water- check out the syllabus here
    • Check out the latest on Chippin’s founding and recent success!  The sustainable pet food brand was started by two Cheryl LaFleur.Wharton alumnae!
    • Listen to IGEL director, Eric Orts, speak about affordable clean energy on a SirusXM recording of Knowledge@Wharton.
    • The Economic Impact of Green City, Clean Waters: The First Five Years: read more here
    • Interested in working with IGEL? Check out our Partnership brochure  to learn more about opportunities with IGEL

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