The Haas School of Business educates entrepreneurial leaders to address society’s biggest challenges: innovation, inclusion, and sustainability, particularly the global climate crisis. Sustainability at Haas is about preparing business leaders to achieve environmental and social, as well as economic goals. Through research, teaching, and applied student projects, Berkeley Haas is leading the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy.

Haas Sustainability Highlights

2021 Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge

Congratulations to our two Berkeley Haas teams that are heading to the 2021 Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge final with proposals on Healthcare Energy and Solar Cycles.

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Forum on Sustainable Business in Practice

Berkeley Haas Forum on Sustainable Business in Practice

Faculty and Research

Faculty research interests span a wide range of environmental, ethical, governance and corporate social responsibility topics, from energy and environmental economics to sustainable supply chains to food sustainability to impact investing.

Curriculum

Our curriculum boasts an increasing amount of sustainable innovation courses and opportunities, led and taught by some of the most accomplished minds at the intersection of business and sustainability.

Zero Carbon, Zero Waste

We are committed to leading the way in zero waste infrastructure, as can be seen at Chou Hall, the first certified TRUE Zero Waste academic building in the world.

Student Opportunities

There are numerous opportunities to get involved in Haas and campus sustainability initiatives beyond the classroom.

Haas Sustainability Reports

2017/2018 Inaugural Sustainability Report

2019/2020 Haas Sustainability Report

Haas Sustainability Report 2019

Chou Hall Zero Waste Initiative Report

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