Restricting Trade for the Environment? Import Restrictions on Used Vehicles in China
Dyson’s Hui Zhou, PhD ’23, discusses her research on the impact of emission-based import restrictions on used vehicles in China.
Entrepreneur Shawn Goldsmith Harnesses Ancient Military Strategy to Scale Businesses
10 Under 10 honoree and franchising expert Shawn Goldsmith applies ancient Roman military strategy and boxing strategy to scale startups.
First Career Trek to JP Morgan and Blackstone NYC Offices for Diversity and Inclusion in Real Estate (DAIRE)
DAIRE members make first career trek to JP Morgan and Blackstone in NYC with the support of CREF
Everything Everywhere All at Once
Every feature of our built environment has a relationship with climate; we can no longer separate fields of learning into rigid, prescribed pathways.
Redressing the Balance: Equitable Approaches to Sustainable Real Estate
Sustainability in real estate is about more than energy efficiency; environmental justice for communities requires looking at a far broader picture.
From investment opportunities to risk protection and energy savings, climate change awareness is sparking transformation in real estate.
Cornell to co-lead UN agency’s new agrifood initiative
Ideas that sprang from a pre-pandemic discussion at Cornell now inform a UN initiative aimed to meet looming global food needs in a healthy, equitable and sustainable way.
Castles in the Sand
A look at how climate change is impacting the places we live and work and how we should be preparing for the changes to come.
Solving the Climate Crisis is About Preserving Human Dignity
Ina Gjika, MS ’22, reflects on Aspen Ideas: Climate, a conference she attended with support from CSGE and the Cornell Energy Club.