The Sustainable MBA

The Bard MBA in Sustainability program in New York City holds regular Sustainable Business Fridays conversations. Meet the sustainability leaders stepping forward.

Agriculture is the "most destructive industry" in history, but Allan Savory reveals ancient practices that can enrich the future.
Fereshteh Forough, founder and president of Code to Inspire, aims to bring Afghan women into the tech industry — while empowering their economic and social advancement.

The following Q&A is an edited excerpt from the Bard MBA’s Sustainable Business Fridays podcast. Sustainable Business Fridays brings together students in Bard’s MBA in Sustainability program with leaders in business, sustainability and social entrepreneurship.

How can mission-oriented companies nourish food systems and local economies? Former lawyer Danielle Vogel shares secrets from a career shift.
The consequences of Donald Trump's presidency may shape global economy, geology and climate for millennia.
More companies are following nature's principles to drive profit and sustainability. Will Trump's presidency throw a wrench into progress?
Entrepreneur Wendy Gordon leverages the power of points and games to encourage planet-friendly behavior.
The keys to startup success start with being generous and learning to code.
Here's how one creative startup made the business case for recycling common trash such as paint, gum and cigarettes into everyday commodities.

From shelter to job training: Serving the homeless in Poughkeepsie.