This spring, I interviewed over a dozen clean-energy experts for the University of Chicago Booth School. Though "economics of climate change" as subject mattter might sound a bit dry, it was fascinating to learn about the repercussions of the Paris Climate deal on the economics of climate change. One professor compared clean energy to "going on a diet," and one young entrepreneur founded her company after seeing footage of the Haiti earthquake. You can give a read here.
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I spent this past spring writing this cover story about the history of entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business--and their New Venture Challenge incubator program. I'm thrilled with how it turned out (and insanely impressed with entrepreneurs I met at U of C.) “The 12-minute pitch is a coffee date,” Deutsch said. “Your goal is not to get married. Your goal is to get the dinner date, the sit-down in their office.” [more at link: http://www.chicagobooth.edu/magazine/fall-2015/features/the-next-generation-of-enterprise]