March 23-24, 2018
Durham, NC, USA

Are you prepared to respond to the financial risks and opportunities of climate change? 
Trillions of dollars of assets are at risk.  The opportunities are just as large.
Join MBA students from around the world for ClimateCAP: The Global MBA Summit on Climate, Capital, & Business
to learn what every MBA needs to know about the business implications of climate change.

Our business school partners include programs at Wharton, Harvard, Stanford, LBS, Michigan, Cornell, UNC, MIT, NYU, and Yale.  Students from any business school are invited to attend.

 

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about the event

Financial risk, investment opportunities, leadership challenges. This conference will tell you the basics that every MBA needs to know about the business risks and opportunities that climate change presents.

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who's coming?

Future investment bankers, management consultants, brand marketers, CFOs, entrepreneurs, and strategic thinkers across industries. Current MBA students from any accredited MBA program are eligible to attend.

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why attend?

Every MBA needs to be savvy about climate change and its business impacts. 42% of Fortune 500 companies have set goals for carbon reduction. Investors are asking about climate risk in quarterly shareholder calls. You need to be informed.

About the
Summit

Climate change is one of the 21st century’s most important drivers of value creation and destruction in the global economy. By 2030, global climate change impacts are projected to reach $700 billion annually, with trillions of dollars of coastal, urban, and agricultural assets at risk. Climate change also represents a multi-trillion dollar business opportunity for forward-thinking business leaders, with massive new markets for technology and infrastructure solutions expanding throughout the world. 

ClimateCAP: The Global MBA Summit on Climate, Capital, & Business will bring together MBA students, business leaders, and experts from around the world to assess the implications of climate change for business and investment. Students will gain a deeper understanding of how climate change is shaping industries and markets, where the biggest financial and operational risks lie, and what promising innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities are emerging.


Who Should Attend

Want to stay ahead of the competition? As climate impacts factor into board discussions, investment decisions, and corporate operational considerations, it is imperative that current and future business leaders anticipate climate risks and opportunities. Future business leaders—today’s MBA students—need to understand the financial and operational risks that climate change presents.

This summit is specifically for you. Students currently enrolled in any accredited MBA program (full-time or executive) are invited to participate. You'll gain a deeper understanding of how climate change is shaping industries and markets, where the biggest financial and operational risks lie, and what promising innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities are emerging.


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