F&ES Executive Course to Offer Senior Managers Perspectives on the Environment
An executive course offering select senior managers an expert assessment of current environmental conditions and emerging issues will take place from June 3 to June 14 at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.
The 10th Corporate Environmental Leadership Seminar at Yale will bring together industry experts, business executives, government officials, and members of non-governmental organizations from around the world to focus on three areas: Science for Environmental Management and Policy; Law, Economics, and International Environmental Management; and Environmental Leadership in a Time of Change.
Faculty from the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and Yale Law School, as well as industry experts, will lead a discussion on the fundamental principles and emerging issues that directly factor into the daily decision-making of senior environmental managers.
“Since its first year, the Corporate Environmental Leadership Seminar has been committed to long-term perspectives on the environmental impact of business and industry,” said Marian Chertow, seminar chair and director of the Industrial Environmental Management program at Yale.
Participating organizations include Bristol-Myers Squibb; Enron; the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; International Paper; USDA Forest Service, and World Conservation Union (IUCN).