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Growing a New Future for Wagyu

Masahiro Yoshida, MBA ’23, reflects on his experience as an intern at Ohayo Valley, where he gained a new perspective on sustainable food systems.

Sustainable glass office building with tree for reducing carbon dioxide.
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Breaking the Status Quo on Sustainability

Panelists discussed how companies are addressing climate change in a Business of Sustainability webinar that launched the spring Lifelong Learning Experience.

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New Sustainable Tourism Program Charts Course for Travel’s Future

The course seeks to educate and build cooperation to protect environmental, social, and cultural heritage and facilitate inclusive community processes.

People enjoying food sitting at wooden picnic tables under a greenhouse-style roof at Stone Bend.
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The Making of a Community Space

Claire Seizovic and Diana Fahning, both MBA ’23, reflect on helping Stone Bend Farm fix its business model via the Big Red Microenterprise program.

Raghu Reddy standing in front of a Honeywell sign.
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Bringing Sustainability to Buildings

Raghu Reddy, MBA ’23, Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow, describes his internship at Honeywell’s Sustainable Building Technologies unit.

Kehkashan Basu speaking at the front of a room with a backdrop banner: Home of Sustainable Agriculture of the Americas Pavilion COP27.
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Student Prods COP27 to Include Youth in Climate Solutions

Kehkashan Basu, MBA ’25, hopes to kindle positive global change. She moderated the first roundtable meeting between government officials and youth at COP27.

Pedro Tucci with the Antler Brazil team sitting and standing as a group.
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Finding the Next Big Thing in Brazil

The Social Impact Internship Fund enabled Pedro Tucci, MBA ’23, to identify diverse entrepreneurs in Brazil for Antler, a venture capital fund.

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Sustainable Business certificate tackles much more than environmental issues

The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is partnering with eCornell to launch an online certificate in sustainable business.

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Food and Ferments: The Growth of a Culture

Adit Desai and Beto Durón, both MBA ’23, reflect on their experience helping local fermentation company Food and Ferments with plans for expansion.