Coronavirus has slowed down economic activity and temporarily reduced China’s carbon emissions. However, there is a deeper implication for climate policy: decarbonization depends on global supply chains for inputs required for electric vehicles, solar panels, and wind turbines. In 2015, solar and wind contributed to about 7% of global electricity. Their salience is projected to increase […]
Led by a group that includes ARCS Board Members Glen Dowell and Mike Toffel, Management Science is hoping to lead the charge in addressing the gap in research on climate change and the risks and opportunities it poses for corporations. To submit a manuscript, please view the call here.
ARCS President Thomas Lyon and ARCS Board Member Eric Orts discuss Corporate Political Responsibility on Knowledge@Warton. Listen to the podcast below. Originally aired on Sirius XM Channel 132, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School
The 11th Annual ARCS Research Conference was hosted June 5-7, 2019 by the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. The conference chair was Olga Hawn, Sustainability Distinguished Scholar and Faculty Director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise. With 84 participants, including faculty and PhD students, the conference is […]
One of the outcomes of the 2019 ARCS Focused Workshop Pilot was the Special Issue on “The Role of the Corporation in Sustainability Transitions” from Organization and Environment. The state of the planet calls for large-scale sustainability transitions involving systemic adoption of markedly better environmental and social practices. The objective of this symposium is to […]