Harvard Business School Awards Climate Fellowship to Gunther Glenk

Gunther Glenk, Assistant Professor of Business at the University of Mannheim, has been awarded a Climate Fellowship from Harvard Business School (HBS) in the US. The cohort of six awarded scholars from around the world will work at the intersection of business and climate change, focusing on developing solutions for companies to mitigate and adapt to global climate change.

Professor Glenk’s research examines challenges and opportunities related to corporate transitions toward zero net emissions. Zero net emissions mean that a company’s emissions are removed from the atmosphere by reduction measures, so that the company has a net-zero carbon footprint. The business expert specifically works on topics like the economics and management of corporate carbon emissions, decarbonization and sustainable energy technologies, and incentives for accelerated climate action.

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