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Students design investment strategies to address climate change in India

Windmills in India

Students design investment strategies to address climate change in India

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School is hosting the first student competition to design investment strategies that tackle climate change while driving economic growth in a country that needs solutions: India.

This competition, the India Impact Challenge, was created by the Center for Sustainable Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler and is sponsored by Quantum Advisors. The challenge will engage not only undergraduate and graduate students at Carolina, but the world. Any student enrolled in higher education from any department or school around the world can compete in this revolutionary challenge.

“India needs both capital and solutions now, which provides enormous opportunity for investment,” says Jeff Mittelstadt ’07 (MBA), executive director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise and professor of the practice of strategy and entrepreneurship at UNC Kenan-Flagler. “This is a unique opportunity for students to learn how investment strategies can make a positive difference.”

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