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Exploring the Intersection of Health, Food Systems, and Climate at COP28

Pierce Gibson T’24 shares his key takeaways from attending COP28, why Tuck has been the right place to pursue his g...

Where Are They Now? Catching Up with Tuck MBA Alumni Who Attended the UN Climate Change...

To gear up for COP28, we reached out to eight alumni who attended COP as Tuck MBA students.

How Can We Boost the Power of Renewables while Reducing Electrical Demands?

In three new working papers, Tuck faculty from operations and marketing discover new ways to conserve and manage electricity.

Reflections on COP27: Imperfect but Impactful Progress

Michael Sanduski T’23, who was one of seven Tuck students to attend the Conference of the Parties in Sharm El S...

Seeking Sustainable Investment Opportunities: The Tuck Renewable Energy Finance Case Competition

John Minderman T’23 shares how his journey from engineering to Tuck deepened his understanding of the energy industry and ultimately l...

‘The Energy Industry Needs More Tuck MBAs’ and Other Takeaways from CERAWeek

Madeleine Bothe, assistant director for the Revers Center for Energy, Sustainability and Innovation and the Center for Business, Government & Society,...

Tuck Social Venture Fund Makes Investment in Sustainability Company Wasted*

Tuck School of Business’s impact investing fund invests $25K in Wasted*, a sustainable portable sanitation company transforming waste into n...

Sustainability From Soil to Shelf: MBArk2Boulder Conference

Pierce Gibson T’24 details his experience at the MBArk Food & Sustainability Conference in Boulder, CO.

Introducing TuckLAB: Energy, An Electrifying New Program for Dartmouth Undergraduates

TuckLAB expands to offer Dartmouth undergrads an interactive introduction to the complexities of modern energy systems.

How CEO Thad Hill T’95 Brings Tuck’s Culture to Calpine

Tuck’s executive education programs have proven a valuable launchpad for the employees of Calpine, America’s largest generator of ele...

Supporting the Sustainable Revolution: Takeaways from COP27

Emilie Litsas T’23 reflects on her time at COP27 and discusses what we, as a society, as business leaders, and a...

Tuck’s Revers Center Partners with Irving Institute and Cool Effect to Help Community Reduce Carbon F...

The newly launched Tuck Carbon Offset Program aims to offset emissions while providing students a unique opportunity to learn the...

Exploring the Business of Energy Through a New Podcast

Revers Center for Energy Fellow Eric Lukas T’21 has launched a new podcast: Tuck Energy Currents.

Revers Pledges New Gift to Renamed Center for Energy, Sustainability and Innovation

Longtime supporters of Tuck and Dartmouth, Daniel T’89 and Katy Revers recently made a $4.5 million gift and have now committed a...

COP26 through the Eyes of Three Tuck Students

Tuck sent a delegation of six students to the 26th Annual United Nations Conference of Parties, in Glasgow. Three of...

Reflections on COP26: “Imperfect Advocate” to Climate-Conscious Leader

Sam Gant T’22 shares the takeaways from his recent trip to Glasgow and the COP26 climate summit.