Join Stanford GSB Professor William P. Barnett as he delves into the key insights and discussions emerging from the Stanford Initiative on Business and Environmental Sustainability Research Conference Series. Through engaging conversations with guests, including leading researchers and industry practitioners, this podcast series offers listeners a deeper understanding of the complex issues surrounding environmental sustainability.

Each episode focuses on distilling the takeaways from the conferences, providing accessible and actionable knowledge for a broad audience interested in making a positive impact on environmental sustainability through business practices. Whether you’re a scholar, a business professional, or simply someone passionate about sustainable development, this podcast offers valuable perspectives on how to bridge the gap between research and practical application in the quest for a more sustainable future.

Instructors: William Barnett
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