Jul 15 2015

Interview with Erik Simanis: BoP, Green, Development and Much More
Outlet: NextBillion.net Next Billion's in-depth q.-and-a. with the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise's Erik Simanis on the challenges of doing business at the base of the pyramid. 

May 27 2015

You won't believe the $%#! you've been eating
Mark Milstein is mentioned in this story pertaining to a number of major fast-food chains and food companies recently announcing healthier practices.

Apr 22 2015

Scale and scaleablity: a conversation with Erik Simanis
Tom Harrison from The Practioner Hub for Inclusive Business interviews Erik Simanis, Head of the Frontier Markets Initiative, a joint program with the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

Apr 01 2015

How Do Sustainability Research Centers Influence Business School Curriculum?
This article discusses the influence sustainbility research centers have on business school curriculum.

Mar 26 2015

Q&A Megan Epler Wood, Gran Maestra of Sustainable Tourism
Johnson's Cornell Center for Sustainable Global Enteprise is mentioned in this Q&A with Megan Epler Wood.

Mar 16 2015

Thinkers 50: Micro Finance and entrepreneurship to help alleviate poverty in India: Stuart Hart
Stuart Hart discusses how micro finance and enterpreneurship can help alleviate poverty in India.

Mar 04 2015

Students Assess Commercial Viability of Larva Meal
Johnson students, under the guidance of Mark Milstein, clinical professor of management and director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise , explore the larva meal business and suggested to Cornell agricultural scientists to focus on aquaculture as an initial market.

Feb 16 2015

Prof. Karl Moore (McGill) video interview with @ glen_dowell of Cornell on sustainability
Prof. Karl Moore (McGill) video interview with @ glen_dowell of Cornell on sustainability www.corporate-sustainability.org/conferences/sixth-annual-research-conference...

Feb 12 2015

UVM pins hopes on ‘sustainable entrepreneurship’
Stuart Hart is mentioned in this article about sustainable entrepreneurship.

Feb 10 2015

In Mozambique and other poor countries, companies step in to fill gaps left by agricultural nonprofits
Mark Milstein, director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at Cornell University , discusses how poor countries fill the gaps left by agricultural nonprofit.

Feb 10 2015

Hey, Marketers! Wake Up And Smell The Green
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to interact with Erik Simanis of Cornell University's Johnson School of Management and Entrepreneurship. He was working on two social entrepreneurship projects at the time, one of which was with SC Johnson in Kenya.

Feb 09 2015

On the Ground: Cornell Center Demonstrates Benefits of Applied Research
SGE demonstrates the benefits of applied research.


Feb 03 2015

Pioneer firms working to feed the world
Mark Milstein and SGE are featured in this article about firms working to feed the world in Mozambique.

Jan 26 2015

Essential MOOCs In Business for February
Erik Simanis revisits his ‘Financial Sustainability for Social Enterprise’ MOOC, which provides a roadmap for ramping a startup company or nonprofit.

Jan 20 2015

Can Capitalists Save Capitalism?
Johnson's Stuart Hart's article "The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid" are featured in this article about capitalism.

Dec 04 2014

INTERFACE, INC. ANNOUNCES EXPANSION OF NET-WORKS WITH NEW NET COLLECTION HUB IN CAMEROON
Stuart Hart discusses the many benefits relating to Net-Works.

Dec 03 2014

Erik Simanis on Impact Assessments in The Guardian
Why impact assessments are good for non-profits but bad for business. 

Oct 05 2014

Multinational Companies Court Lower-Income Consumers
Mark B. Milstein, director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise states there is a fortune to be made at the bottom of the pyramid.

Sep 22 2014

Public Eye: Stuart L Hart on climate change and BoP business
Stuart Hart discusses climate change and BoP business.

Sep 09 2014

Johnson's Simanis writes on "Profits at the Bottom of the Pyramid" in HBR
Erik Simanis, m anaging director of market creation strategies at the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, writes in Harvard Business Review on his"opportunity map" for creating profitable businesses in the poorest communities.

Sep 01 2014

Businesses selling to the poor should think twice before working with NGOs
Erik Simanis is senior extension associate, Johnson Graduate School of management at Cornell. He is an authority on innovation and go-to-market strategies for shaping new mass markets in emerging and frontier economies.

Jul 07 2014

The Base Of The Pyramid: Will Selling To The Poor Pay Off?
The biggest challenge in targeting the BOP is that each consumer makes a very small purchase, says Mark Martin, vice president of international marketing for SC Johnson. "You need lots and lots of consumers to cover the fixed costs," he said. "It's all about getting the scale."

Jul 02 2014

FTC: Back Up Green Claims
“I am not a lawyer, but I don't think the saying ‘Go Paperless, Save Trees’ needs significant scientific evidence to prove,” said Monica Touesnard, associate director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at Cornell University in New York.

Jun 10 2014

The Rise and Fall of BoP Ventures: The silver lining on the horizon
Frédéric Massé, EMEA Government Relations Vice President at SAP interviews Erik Simanis, Managing Director of Market Creation Strategies at The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at Cornell University.

Jun 03 2014

Ending poverty and growing markets: brass tacks for business - live chat
Mark Milstein is mentioned in this article relating to ending poverty and growing markets.

May 30 2014

Serving the base of the pyramid: five tips from emerging-market experts
Mark Milstein and SGE are featured in this article about serving the base of the pyramid.

May 27 2014

The base of the pyramid: will selling to the poor pay off?
Johnson's Mark Milstein and Erik Simanis comment on the ability of multinational companies to do business in low-income communities.

May 16 2014

Something Stinks in China
Stuart Hart states “China has an enormous opportunity to lead the world in ‘Green Leap’ innovation by focusing their development strategy for the interior and west of the country on building the cities of tomorrow using green leap entrepreneurship and base of the pyramid business models to lift the ...

May 14 2014

Johnson's green fund to help combat climate change
Johnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise announced the launch of a green revolving fund (GRF) to enhance energy conservation efforts in campus buildings.

May 07 2014

FTC Clarifies Green Marketing Guidelines
Center associate director, Monica Touesnard, is quoted in a Credit Union Times article about FTC green marketing guidelines.

Apr 10 2014

Novelis marks commercial debut of evercan aluminum beverage can sheet
Stuart Hart talks about the sustainability benefits of the Novelis evercan.

Mar 14 2014

China's innovation challenge
Stuart Hart is quoted on innovation in China byTMCnet.com

Mar 11 2014

SC Johnson Launches Global Awareness, Educational Initiatives to Combat Mosquito-borne Diseases that Plague Millions Each Year
Johnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise mentioned MLive and multiple other websites for its work with the Gates Foundation on malaria eradication.

Dec 18 2013

China's pollution bill may be too big for it to bear now
Johnson's Mark Milstein discusses China's pollution issues.

Nov 13 2013

Johnson's Center For Sustainable Global Enterprise To Lead $2.3 Million Effort To Improve Economic Links To Marine Ecosystems
International team will undertake research to develop tools that identify and nurture positive links between local businesses, local economies, and coastal natural capital.

Oct 22 2013

Novelis Building Sustainable Enterprise through Disruptive Innovation
Johnson's Stuart Hart discusses how Novelis introduces new initiatives to continue reducing its carbon footprint.

Oct 03 2013

Packaging for the BOP
Johnson's SGE is featured in this article about sachet marketing, producing smaller packaging at a lower cost.

Sep 26 2013

President Clinton, Former Secretary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton Unveil New Commitments to Action on Second Day of 2013 Clinton Global Initiative Annu
Johnson's Center for Sustainable Enterprise is mentioned in this article about the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative and their new commitments to action.

Sep 03 2013

Moving from the What to the How of BoPBiz
Johnson's Stuart Hart was the keynote speaker at the BASE II International forum on June 6th and 7th.

Aug 15 2013

Greening Manure Could Yield Fly Larvae Fit for a Meal
Mark Milstein is part of a research group looking at the feasilibity of using fly larvae as a means as manure disposal as well as feed for other farm animals. 

Jul 30 2013

Bottom of the Pyramid and Beyond
Stuart Hart talks about the evolution of the idea of the Bottom of the Pyramid and his work in building sustainable strategies.

Jul 11 2013

B-School Innovators Compete to Build a Better Stove for Emerging Markets
Johnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise in conjunction with Japanese company Toyotomi are developing a competition to design a cook stove for low-income families that would be safer to humans as well as the environment.

Jun 11 2013

The Three ‘Tyrannies’ Shaping BoP Business Today
In the years since Stuart Hart first co-authored the seminal article, Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid with the late CK Prahalad, the Cornell University professor says there have been many failures and a few successes, as businesses attempt to serve the poor.

Mar 25 2013

SAVE THE DATE: International Forum on BOP Markets in Latin America and Caribbean in June
Professor Stuart Hart will be a panelist on the International Forum on BOP Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean slated for June 2013.

Jan 23 2013

MBA Rankings: Top Schools for Sustainability
Johnson's sustainability program is ranked #2 among management schools as part of Bloomberg Businessweek's 2012 Best B-Schools ranking .

Nov 08 2012

Student Organization Urges Cornell to Divest Endowment From Fossil Fuels
Mark Milstein, director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, comments on the University's endowment and their investment in fossil fuels.

Oct 16 2012

ITC, IndusInd Bank, Welspun, TCS, BPCL and Wipro among Parivartan Sustainability Leadership Award Winners
Johnson's Stuart Hart served on the member jury who judged the Parivartan Sustainability Awards that were held on October 11, 2012 in New Delhi, India. 

Oct 15 2012

India's Food Industry: Ready for a Feast of Investing?
Mark Milstein, director of Johnson's Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, is quoted in CNBC.com's story on investment opportunities in India's agricultural economy. 

Oct 08 2012

India's Food Industry: Ready for a Feast of Investing?
Johnson's Mark Milstein is one of the experts featured in an article stating that there exist numerous opportunities for India's agriculture sector despite issues of corruption, poor distribution and government regulations.

Oct 08 2012

The Ups and Downs of Rich Marin, the Ex-Banker Building the World’s Biggest Ferris Wheel
The New York Observer  profiles Rich Marin, AB ’75, MBA ’76, president and CEO of New York Wheel, LLC, and senior lecturer of management at Johnson at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. 

Sep 11 2012

Green thinking picking up steam in MBA programs
Johnson's Mark Milstein, faculty director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, talks about sustainability education for MBAs. 

Aug 13 2012

Solutions at the Base of the Pyramid
An interview with Stuart Hart at Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development.

May 23 2012

Business, politics, economics play key roles in sustainable development, say experts
Stuart Hart, professor of management at Johnson gives talk at symposium.

Mar 16 2012

Sustainability Center at Cornell’s Johnson School of Business Partners with SC Johnson to Combat Malaria in Ghana
The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at Cornell University’s Johnson School of Business last week announced the launch of a new product concept designed to help prevent the spread of malaria in Ghana by engaging homemakers in low-income rural areas with products and practices for cleaning

Feb 05 2012

IBF and Clean Edge to Host 8th Annual Clean-Tech Investor Summit
Stuart Hart, the S.C. Johnson Chair in Sustainable Global Enterprise, was a keynote speaker at the 8th Annual Clean-Tech Investor Summit on February 1-2 in Palm Springs.

Nov 11 2011

Do Companies Need a Culture of Sustainability?
Stuart Hart, the S.C. Johnson chair in sustainable global enterprise at Cornell University, asks how necessary a strong corporate culture is for achieving sustainability objectives.

Sep 28 2011

Johnson's Stu Hart to address Center for Values-Driven Leadership (CDVL) executive roundtable
The "Capitalism at the Crossroads” author will deliver the keynote speech at the next CDVL Senior Executive Roundtable, “Creating Sustainable Value”

Sep 28 2011

”Capitalism at the Crossroads” author to address CVDL executive roundtable
Johnson's Stu Hart, business sustainability pioneer and author of “Capitalism at the Crossroads,” will be the keynote speaker at the next Senior Executive Roundtable, “Creating Sustainable Value,” hosted by Benedictine University’s Center for Values-Driven Leadership (CVDL) from 8:30 a.

Aug 03 2011

Seven Tips for Social Entrepreneurs
Fred Keller, CEO of Cascade Engineering and a member of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise's advisory council, offers Inc. magazine his principles for success.

Jun 30 2011

Cornell MBA student pursues her dream internship at Aarong
I am a first year MBA student at the Johnson School at Cornell University. This past year I was studying Sustainable Global Enterprise and social entrepreneurship and am so thrilled to be doing my internship with BRAC-Aarong this summer.

Jun 29 2011

Einaudi Center announces spring 2011 seed grants
By Krishna Ramanujan Projects that address medical research collaborations between Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC) and a medical college in Brazil and new strategies for monitoring demographic changes in sub-Saharan Africa were among the spring 2011 winners of Mario Einaudi Center for Internat

Jun 23 2011

BoP not only about low cost products, says Johnson's Stu Hart
Founder of Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise  talks "BoP 2.0" with the Times of India

Jun 08 2011

Take time to take in Enterprise online!
The spring 2011 issue of Johnson's award-winning, biannual magazine Enterprise features a fascinating look at  global water scarcity , a profile of branding guru  Naomi Kelman , MBA '83, a birdseye view of Johnson's new Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute , the life and times of a  CQEMBA tea...

May 06 2011

Johnson's Mark Milstein discusses impact investing with AOL's Daily Finance
In an article about April's International Impact Investing Conference in New York City, Milstein describes the imperative for long-term, sustainable approaches to investment

Apr 29 2011

Samir Somaiya, ’90, MS ’92, MBA ’93 & chairman of Godavari Biorefineries Ltd., to speak at Johnson, May 4
Somaiya will discuss how his organization, a giant in the alcohol-based chemical space, leverages renewable energy within the value chain to benefit its bottom line

Apr 27 2011

CSGE's Mark Milstein quoted in "Innovation Key to Chinese Sustainable Enterprises"
Innovation is the key for Chinese sustainable enterprises in gaining a strong foothold in tomorrow's green economy, experts said at a forum held in Beijing.

Apr 26 2011

Green leap viable in less developed areas
Clean energy business can find opportunities not only in rich communities, but also in least developed areas, experts from Tsinghua University and Cornell University said.

Apr 26 2011

Johnson's Stu Hart cited in China Daily article "Green leap viable in less developed areas"
Clean energy business can find opportunities not only in rich communities, but also in least developed areas, experts from Tsinghua University and Cornell University said.

Apr 21 2011

Impact Investing: A Better Way to Do Well by Doing Good
Putting your money where your heart is not a new concept. But making competitive profits in the process has proven to be a bit more complicated. In the last 15 years, socially responsible investing or SRI, has become an increasingly visible option for investors who seek to blend social concerns suc

Apr 12 2011

Paul Polman tells rapt audience to work for people whose values mirror their own
CLICK FOR LINK TO FULL VIDEO : Johnson's 2011 Durland lecturer, Unilever's CEO explained his organization's commitment to thoughtful & responsible business practices

Apr 11 2011

"Where have all the ethics gone...?"
As Johnson's Day Family Ethics Lecturer, New York Times' business columnist Joe Nocera discussed Wall Street, the financial crisis, crooks and the blame game with Johnson audience, April 5

Apr 10 2011

A meeting of minds
In recent decades, a rapprochement has occurred between former foes. Seeing the potential to accelerate social and environmental change, many non-governmental organisations and activists have moved from campaigning against companies to forming partnerships with them

Mar 28 2011

Green Market's blogspot highlights Johnson-Kellogg Impact Investing Challenge
Popular 'green' blog descibes the unique competition that will feature one of today's hottest emerging fields

Mar 15 2011

Exciting New Sustainable Tourism Project in Belize
Will international tourism protect or degrade the natural assets of developing countries? In its continual development of responsible travel strategies, The Lodge at Chaa Creek welcomes an exciting new sustainable tourism project now underway in Belize.

Mar 11 2011

The Sustainable M.B.A.
It used to be that if you studied investing at business school, the emphasis was on profit. Now, students studying the emerging field of impact investing learn about business growth opportunities that address larger social and environmental issues.

Nov 01 2010

Alumni, Students and Faculty Come Together for the First Annual Johnson Energy Connection
JEC was designed to bring alumni working in the energy industry back to campus and provide a platform for them to share thoughts and experiences about their careers in the energy industry.

May 03 2010

Make the Leap
If we hear another company misuse the word "green" or "sustainable," we might scream! But when we really got into it with Luke Penney, founder of Cambridge-based LEAP Organics, we realized what a commitment to sustainability truly looks like.

Mar 20 2010

SC Johnson and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Unite to Combat Malaria
SC Johnson, A Family Company, today announced a collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) on global efforts to combat malaria. The organizations will jointly support research programs conducted by Cornell University Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and a consortium of Ind...

Mar 01 2010

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH: Blue, Gold & Green Sustainability Festival
April 8-9, 2010 Explore "green" career opportunities...see the latest sustainable products ...learn about innovative ideas for creating a more sustainable community-all at Pitt's second annual Blue, Gold & Green Sustainability Festival.

Dec 15 2009

Graduate Business Schools Incorporating Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into MBA Programs
Top-20 Graduate Business Schools Incorporating Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into MBA Programs MBA Programs Ranked by: The Aspen Institute Originally Published: Dec.