How can we accelerate progress towards a more sustainable world? How do we create sustainable systems for the 21st century?
Beril Toktay is a faculty member in the Scheller College of Business. She’s passionate about helping companies develop sustainable business models that perform well socially, environmentally and financially, and working with students who want to learn how to integrate sustainability into business careers. She co-teaches Foundations of Sustainability (SLS 3120), co-directs the Carbon Reduction Challenge, and directs the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business.
This course has a GT designation so student in any major can count it towards free electives, and it is additionally cross-listed with Management, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and Industrial & Systems Engineering.
This course has a GT designation so student in any major can count it towards free electives, and it is additionally cross-listed with Management and Industrial & Systems Engineering. You can register for any one of the course numbers and you'll be in the same class!
We will explore sustainability from a systems perspective, including physical/resource balances, ecological/carbon cycle processes, economic/financial practices, political/policy processes and public participation as they relate to communities in Atlanta and around the world.