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New book by Professor Andy Hoffman explores how to find your calling when it comes to building a sustainable future.
Professor Andy Hoffman, in a blog post in The Conversation, shows the economic and cultural shifts down the road.
Michigan Ross Professor Andrew Hoffman shares how business will continue to evolve their climate change response strategies in 2016.
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Report from Michigan Meeting spearheaded by Michigan Ross Professor Andy Hoffman shows the obstacles and opportunities around public engagement.
Professor Andy Hoffman explains the significance of two GOP candidates acknowledging climate change.
Professor Andy Hoffman, writing in The Conversation, explains the profound impact of the pope’s encyclical on climate change.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Andy Hoffman says more academics are thinking broadly about the scholar’s place in public discourse.