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MBA graduates make some green while helping the environment

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Bainbridge's Cob House classroom on Cortes Island, British Columbia, is made of sand, straw, driftwood and clay. (Courtesy of Bruce McGlenn)

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Students at the Presidio Graduate School of Management learn to emphasize the "triple bottom line" of people, profit and planet. (Courtesy of Patty Nason)

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Gifford Pinchot founded the Bainbridge Graduate Institute with Elizabeth Pinchot and Dr. Sherman Severin in 2002. (Courtesy of Bruce McGlenn)

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Presidio graduate Lori Kandels has joined a growing number of professionals with business degrees in sustainable management. (Courtesy of Karen Preuss)

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A few business schools are shifting their focus to a "green" business curriculum, combining a traditional business degree with environmental studies. They're responding to a growing market for business graduates with expertise in environmentally sensitive business practices.


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