Climate change and energy scarcity are fundamental issues facing business and society. The Conference of the Partners or “COP 19” is this year’s UN-hosted climate change talks taking place in Warsaw, Poland. The conference continues the work to set an ambitious global agreement to address climate change.
At the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, we believe it is imperative for current and future business leaders to understand the implications of the decisions made today on business and society. Our fourth delegation of students departs soon for the annual Conference. These MBA students — tomorrow’s business leaders — will be faced with the task of incorporating the needs of the planet into their business plans.
This year’s representatives from Tuck, sponsored by the school’s Center for Business & Society, are second year students Harrison Kahn, Difu Lee and Brian McKenzie.
~Carole Gaudet, Communications & Marketing Specialist, Center for Business & Society, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth