The Sustainability Space: Fireside Chat on Sustainable Fashion and Beauty

During the chat, Danielle Azoulay and Kelly Burton discuss the state of sustainability in fashion and beauty, some sustainability trends for where these industries may be headed, and how students can get into these industries. Speakers: Danielle Azoulay, VP of…

The Sustainability Space: Fireside Chat on Sustainable Fashion and Beauty

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During the chat, Danielle Azoulay and Kelly Burton discuss the state of sustainability in fashion and beauty, some sustainability trends for where these industries may be headed, and how students can get into these industries.

Speakers:

Danielle Azoulay, VP of CSR and Sustainability for L’Oreal USA

Kelly Burton, Chief Sustainability Officer at Material Exchange

The Sustainability Space is a series of virtual, discussion-based events for students studying sustainability at The Earth Institute, Columbia University. Hosted by faculty and student group leaders, these discussions will explore a variety of critical topics, ranging from energy to equity and more.

In addition to obtaining an education at one of the world’s most prestigious universities, those who enroll in Columbia University’s Master of Science in Sustainability Management degree program receive interdisciplinary training that will allow them to advance in their professional careers and become leaders in their fields. Students learn the use of cutting-edge policy and management tools they can use to help public and private organizations and governments address environmental impacts and risks, pollution control, and remediation to achieve sustainability.

Courses are taught by the world’s premier sustainability academics and researchers, along with leading sustainability practitioners in New York City. The curriculum emphasizes the physical dimensions of sustainability (e.g., water, energy, greenhouse gas emissions, and environmental infrastructure), general and financial management, economics, quantitative analysis, and policy so that students can thrive in the job market. Graduates have access to Columbia’s unparalleled resources and network of sustainability professionals, along with its global alumni base.

The program is customized for working professionals and is offered as both a full- and part-time course of study. Students have the flexibility to choose from a variety of courses to position themselves for career advancement. New York City serves students as a living laboratory for developments in sustainability practice, and as a source of many employers who hire program graduates.

If you would like to receive more information about the M.S. in Sustainability Management program, please contact sustainability@sps.columbia.edu.

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