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Michigan Ross welcomes prominent political activist, scholar, and writer Angela Davis as the keynote speaker of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium Keynote Memorial Lecture.
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Michigan Ross Professor Tom Lyon sees little reason for concern and great potential benefits.
Writing in The Conversation, Tom Lyon argues that 'greenwashing' delays critical steps toward sustainability.
Professor Tom Lyon, writing in the Huffington Post, says corporate sustainability efforts are approaching a new era.
Michigan Ross faculty explain the potential policy direction of the president-elect.
Professor Tom Lyon, writing in The Guardian, isn’t buying the famed investor’s argument on how climate change will affect the insurance industry.
Michigan Ross Professor Tom Lyon and colleague Jay Shimshack look at the stock returns of green companies.
Michigan Ross Professor Tom Lyon explores the motivations behind exaggerations and undue modesty about environmental efforts.
Companies are under increasing pressure to disclose sustainability efforts. Professor Tom Lyon looks at how the markets respond.