Duquesne Sustainability Speaker Series Highlights Social Dimensions of Climate Change
Dr. Andrew Hoffman, a professor of sustainable enterprise at the University of Michigan, will present his research on the Social Dimension of the Climate Change Debate at Duquesne University's Beard Institute Sustainability Speaker Series: Sustainability as a Driver of Performance.
Hoffman will offer his presentation on Friday, Feb. 10, at 11 a.m. at the Duquesne Club.
"We are looking forward to highlighting the relevance of our Sustainability Speaker Series at Duquesne University and hearing from Dr. Hoffman on the Social Dimensions of the Climate Change Debate," said Dr. Robert Sroufe, The Beard Institute's director of applied sustainability. "The insight from Dr. Hoffman will help prepare area business leaders to understand the processes by which environmental issues both emerge and evolve as social, political and managerial issues."
The Sustainability Speaker Series is just one of the many programs The Beard Institute presents each year to advance business ethics, sustainability and responsible financial management in today's marketplace.
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