Knowledge & Research

Inauguration Week Panels Consider a Trump Presidency and GOP Congress

Faculty and policy experts from across the Dartmouth community will discuss potential policy changes under a Republican White House and Congress.

Revers Gift Propels New Energy Center at Tuck

Tuck is pleased to announce the launch of the new Revers Center for Energy, established to inspire and shape tomorrow’s leaders in energy while engaging in today’s energy economy, and made possible through a generous gift from Daniel Revers T’89, managing partner and co-founder of ArcLight Capital Partners and a member of Tuck’s board of overseers.

Dartmouth’s New Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society

The newly announced, Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, will facilitate collaboration across disciplines and will offer an array of new and meaningful ways for MBA students to deepen their engagement with the energy industry and explore career opportunities related to this critical sector.

An Uncommon Energy

David Leuschen D’73, T’77 sees continued North American dominance in the energy industry.

COP16 and the Complexities of Climate Change

A delegation from Tuck recently attended the United Nations' Climate Change Conference, known as COP16, in Mexico.

COP18 and the Business of Climate Change

The world’s biggest companies have been ramping up efforts to curb climate change.

MBAs and the Business of Climate Change

Tuck students share their perspective on the United Nations’ annual climate talks.

Tuck Students Attend Global Climate Change Conference

Tuck sent a delegation to the annual United Nations climate talks.

A Fuller Picture of Fracking’s Impact

Fracking has been good for local economies, says Tuck professor Erin Mansur and co-authors.

Tuck Hosts Forum on Sustainability and Public Policy

The fourth annual Executive Sustainability Forum brings 25 leaders from corporations, NGOs, and government to Hanover for two days of lectures and peer learning.

At the Edge of Discovery

Solving the most important challenges of our time requires an approach that cuts across the disciplines, departments, and schools. Meet four Tuck faculty members who are doing just that—by exploring and expanding the boundaries of their fields of expertise with colleagues from across Dartmouth.

Slaughter & Rees Report: How Your iPhone Can Help Save the WTO—and the Climate

Fresh off the death of the Doha Development Round, the World Trade Organization greets 2016 seeking renewed purpose. Here is one: assuage the drift left after last month’s global climate change conference in Paris (known as “COP21”) by forging a new free-trade deal—the Clean Technology Agreement.

At COP21, a Landmark Learning Experience

Second-year Tuck students have a front-row seat during December’s headline-making climate talks in Paris.

Revers Brings Energy to Tuck’s MBA Program

Daniel Revers T’89, a Tuck overseer and co-founder of ArcLight Capital Partners, has endowed a professorship and funded an initiative on the business of energy.

Shelly Meyers T’94 and the Battle Against CO2

Meyers, an independent investment adviser in California, has a keen interest in environmental issues. Her talk at Tuck was titled “Inside the Carbon War Room.”

Patagonia Marketing VP Answers Students’ Questions About Corporate Responsibility

Patagonia veteran Vincent Stanley on the company’s quest for sustainability.

Tuck Faculty Members Receive Promotions

Dean Paul Danos announced the promotion of six Tuck faculty members.

Business and Society

An environmentalist who had been working in land-conservation issues, Katherine Birnie T’07 wanted to attend business school to learn management skills and better understand the competing interests around land use. Tuck set her on a new career path. “It was incredibly valuable to explore how sustainability gets put into practice in the business world.”