Are you prepared to respond to the financial risks and opportunities of climate change? Trillions of dollars of assets are at risk. The opportunities are just as large.
Join us on Feb. 21, 2018 and connect with mission-minded MBA students from top-tier MBA Programs: Berkeley, Cornell, Duke, Georgia Tech, Harvard, Michigan, MIT, NYU, UNC Chapel Hill, and Yale.
UNC Chapel Hill will host its fifth annual UNC Clean Tech Summit Mar. 1-2, 2018 at UNC’s Friday Center. The event will highlight the latest innovations, trends and challenges in the clean technology industry and how North Carolina is playing a key role in leading the way to a green global economy.
We integrate sustainability into the MBA, undergraduate and executive MBA programs, preparing students and executives to be managers and business leaders whose knowledge of sustainability concepts and strategies gives them a competitive advantage.
 

Coming Up

2018 UNC Sustainability Awards & Graduation

Thursday May 10, 2018

The 2018 UNC Sustainability Awards and Graduation event will recognize the exceptional leadership of a featured North Carolina business, a distinguished alumni, and those graduating MBA students receiving a concentration from UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Center for Sustainable Enterprise. The event will celebrate leaders who are committed to best practice in sustainability through Initiative, Innovation, and Impact. More

2019 UNC Sustainability Awards

Thursday May 9, 2019

The prestigious UNC Sustainability Awards recognize leadership and best practice in environmental and business sustainability for North Carolina enterprises. A rigorous selection process chooses winners from a large pool of nominees. The event provides an opportunity for innovators to share their stories and be recognized by the Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Center for Sustainable Enterprise and the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at this invitation-only dinner. More

 

Latest Research

2017 FoodCon

March 27, 2018

The agriculture industry in North Carolina (including food, fiber and forestry), contributes around $70 billion to the state’s economy. From farms, processing, wholesale and retail distribution, to the table, there is much to discuss and learn. More