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Yale Center for Business and the Environment
Advancing business solutions to global environmental problems
Yale Center for Business and the Environment (CBEY) provides a platform for generating, incubating and launching innovative action at the intersection of business and the environment. The center joins the strengths of two world-renowned graduate schools—the Yale School of Management (SOM) and the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES)—together with an extensive network of internal and external thought leaders at the business-environment interface.
The Conservation Fund
America’s Partner in Conservation
As a leading institution in conservation finance, The Conservation Fund (TCF) provides strategic guidance and support to CFN, partner on numerous in-person and online activities such as boot camps and webinars, and help bolster and enhance our outcomes. TCF, a conservation organization top-ranked for efficiency and effectiveness, has worked in all 50 states to protect more than 7.5 million acres of land since 1985. By creating solutions that make environmental and economic sense, TCF is redefining conservation to demonstrate its essential role in our future prosperity.
Solutions that Inspire Change
By publishing the foundation literature in the field of conservation finance and incubating CFN, Island Press has played a key role in catalyzing the emerging field of conservation finance. Island Press is the leading publisher of environmental ideas and solutions, including seminal works in the field such as From Walden to Wall Street, A Field Guide to Conservation Finance, and Investing in Nature. Also a leading partner on the boot camp training courses, Island Press was a natural institutional home for CFN as it evolved from a series of training courses into a network program in 2012. As the founder and incubator of CFN, Island Press helped to grow the program from a start-up initiative to a robust community of practice.