Tensie Whelan Featured as Moderator for Innovating Investments for Climate Resilience

Tensie Whelan
Tensie Whelan, Director at the Center for Sustainable Business, moderated the event "Innovating Investments for Climate Resilience." Hosted by SustainAbility and the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business, the discussion covered various topics such as climate change through investments, the effec

In an in-depth interview, Professor Tensie Whelan shares how companies can accelerate their adoption of sustainable business practices

Excerpt from Hitachi Research Institute -- "So, companies should set public targets, incentives to employees tied to targets, reporting and assessment on those targets and training for employees in

The Greenification of Junk Food

Danielle Wiener-Bronner of CNN looks into the reasons why junk food has been going green.

Tensie Whelan Weighs in on The Environmental Toll Of Our Smart Tech Obsession

Alison Moodie of the Huffington Post looks into the negative externalities that our smart tech obsession has had on the environment.

Tensie Whelan Interviewed by Global Finance Magazine

Andrea Murad of Global Finance Magazine interviewed Tensie Whelan, Director of the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business, about how sustainable practices are good for corporations' bottom line

Director Tensie Whelan weighs in on a corporate minimum wage

Pat King at Metro News looked into why CEOs like Dan Price and Megan Driscoll implemented higher minimum wages for their employees, and the impacts that decision had on their respective companies.

Tensie Whelan Speaks to New Stern Students at LAUNCH 2017

Tensie Whelan
On August 22, 2017 Tensie Whelan was featured in the Stern "9" Talks to welcome new students to Stern and talk about sustainability's role in business, and the new Center for Sustainable Business. 

Tensie Whelan Featured on GreenBiz Podcast

Associate Editor of GreenBiz, Anya Khalamayzer, interviews Tensie Whelan, clinical professor of Business and Society and Director of the NYU Stern Central Sustainable Business.

Professor Whelan talks with MBA students about the Paris Agreement

Excerpt: "U.S. businesss face a challenging albeit exciting opportunity to step into the void left by the nation's withdrawal from the Paris Accord, says Tensie Whelan, Director of the Center for Sustainable Business at New York University's Stern School of Business." 

"Want to use your money to change the world?" Director Whelan is interviewed about socially resonsible investing

Excerpt: "In this climate, 'consumers are in a mood to notice' a brand's values, Tensie Whelan, Director of the Stern Center for Sustainable Business at NYU Stern School of Business told Mic."

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