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FIRE - First-Year Innovation and Research Experience 2020-2021: Environment
These resources have been selected to help you get started with your Grand Challenge research. Their purpose is to familiarize you with ideas related to your challenge, but you are not limited to these specific articles, videos, and books. This is not an exhaustive list, there are many other resources you can find!
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This publication reports on a nationally representative survey that displays the opinion of Americans on climate change. It provides the data that has been gathered based on the opinions of U.S. adults on various aspects of climate change.
Today greenness is goodness; non-greenness is not an option. It is therefore critical to advance thinking on why and how business, consumers and policy makers can contribute to the goal of sustainable global wealth creation. This volume analyzes the strategic sustainability issues confronting contemporary business, and explores the transformation in values, strategies, and practices needed by modern businesses to attain sustainable business.
'The Labyrinth of Sustainability' offers the first comprehensive effort to analyze corporate sustainability systematically in the Latin American context--and to extract lessons for companies across the developing world.
Businesses’ sustainability programmes better prepared them for the Covid-19 crisis and will become increasingly important. But now, to achieve broad sustainability competency throughout the organisation, companies must bridge the knowledge gap.
Coronavirus, Climate Change, and the Environment
A Conversation on COVID-19 with Dr. Aaron Bernstein, Director of Harvard Chan C-CHANGE
Included are some of the most common questions we have been receiving in relation to the environment and coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).
Scientists are using information from NASA’s Earth-observing satellites, on-the-ground sensors and computer-based datasets to study the environmental, economic and societal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the agency’s Earth Science Division recently sponsored new projects to examine how the shutdowns in response to the pandemic are changing the environment, especially the atmosphere, and determine what, if any, natural environmental phenomena might impact the spread of the pandemic.