Congratulations to our 2012 Opus Project winner, Scaling Up Payments for Watershed Services! The authors of this book are: Dan Cantor (’12), Colm Fay (’12), Matt Harrison, Emily Levine and Chris Zwicke (’12) with a foreword by Andy Hoffman and Emily Plews (’10) and includes an introduction by Faculty Advisor, Peter Adriaens.
Stop by the Erb offices to check out a copy.
Now available for purchase on Amazon.com: Scaling Up Payments for Watershed Services
Winning cases and authors were recognized by the Deans of the Ross School of Business and the School of Natural Resources and Environment in an event held on April 15, 2013. The Erb Institute Sustainability Case Awards recognize and promote the creation of key teaching materials on global sustainability and social impact. Sponsored by the Erb Institute’s Strategic Advisory Council, objectives are to raise the visibility and increase adoption of sustainable enterprise teaching cases produced at UM, and to encourage more UM people to write such cases Read more
Brandon M. Marshall, Jarod C. Kelly, Tae-Kyung Lee, Gregory A. Keoleian, Zoran Filipi published a case study in Energy Policy on travel patterns, naturalistic drive cycles and energy/emissions standards and policy for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in Michigan.
Environmental assessment of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles using naturalistic drive cycles and vehicle travel patterns: A Michigan case study (html)
Environmental assessment of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles using naturalistic drive cycles and vehicle travel patterns: A Michigan case study (pdf)
Andy Hoffman is cited in story on post-Climate Gathering in Ireland earlier this year.
“Among many things, one notion that has emerged for me is the importance of connecting with the Arts: poets, musicians, writers, painters, etc to translate climate change for lay people through their medium. Only when climate change has personal and salient meaning will people take an interest that will create change.”
Erb Director, Andy Hoffman’s article, Climate Science as Culture War in the Stanford Social Innovation Review wins a Maggie Award for Best Feature Article (circulation under 50,000- Trade) from the Western Publishing Association (WPA).
079 Best Feature Article
Erb Director discusses the roles of the “bright green” and “dark green” environmental factions, and activist Bill McKibben in “How Science Can Predict Where You Stand on Keystone XL. Read more:
Erb Alum, Doug Glancy (’07) explores the strategic marriage of behavioral economics and technology as a means of increasing public motivation for action on climate change:
Andy Hoffman tackles business innovation, the role of global markets and the carbon tax on Australian television and radio
Andy Hoffman tackles business innovation, the role of global markets and the carbon tax on Australian television and radio. Check out the interviews:
Erb Director, Andy Hoffman and John Ehrenfeld’s new book, Flourishing: A Frank Conversation About Sustainability was featured in a GreenBiz review.
The wrong-headed solutions of corporate sustainability (pdf) or read it online