Corporate Environmental Management and Strategy (20490). 3 units. This survey course will focus on understanding how adroit environmental management and strategy can enhance business opportunities; reduce risk, including resource dependency; promote cooperation; and decrease environmental impact. The course will combine lectures, case studies, and class discussions on management theory and tools, legal and regulatory frameworks shaping the business-environment interface, and the evolving requirements for business success (including how to deal with diverse stakeholders, manage in a world of transparency, and address rising expectations related to corporate responsibility). This course will meet according to the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies calendar. Paper required. Permission of the instructors required. Enrollment limited to forty, from all Yale schools; ten seats are reserved for Law students.Also F&ES 807a and MGT 688a. D.C. Esty and M. Chertow.
Course Selection: In addition to listing this course among permission-of-instructor selections, students should submit a statement of interest and prior experience and a CV by the close of the early registration period at 4:30 pm on June 25.