BGI at a Glance

  • The first business school to offer an MBA in Sustainable Business.

  • Ranked No. 1 for preparation for ethical and socially responsible leadership.

  • Ranked in the top five sustainable business schools in the US.

  • Plus Title 4 Federal Financial Aid for those who qualify.

Latest News

  • Alumna Shifting ExxonMobil

    March 21st, 2014
    Natasha Lamb, an alum of the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, a pioneer in sustainable business and leadership education, brokered a deal for ExxonMobil to report on its own climate change and & carbon asset risk. · Read More
  • Innovate or Die: Intrapreneurship Back in Fashion

    March 13th, 2014
    Intrapreneurship, an idea credited to BGI founder Gifford Pinchot III in 1978, is making headlines again. In a March 13 Financial Times article titled “‘Intrapreneurs’ come to the rescue”, the importance of constant innovation and growth at the world’s largest companies is highlighted. · Read More

BGI Blog

  • Alumna in the News: Natasha Lamb

    March 24th, 2014 · Gerod Rody
    Natasha Lamb, a 2007 BGI grad in Sustainable Business, made national headlines this week when she brokered a deal between investors and ExxonMobil. · Read More
  • What is Sustainable Energy?

    March 11th, 2014 · Laura Ippen
    Energy is literally all around us. Our distribution and management of it are fundamental to innovation and enterprise; without power, business simply could not exist. Yet it’s clear that our current energy system, relying primarily on fossil fuels, creates a variety of problems for all of us. It’s costly, accounting for nearly 30 percent of […] · Read More
  • The Business of Planting Trees

    March 5th, 2014 · Laura Ippen
    A business sustains its operations by making money. Revenues must be greater than expenses, and a successful business is able to repeat this year over year. To do so, they must manage risks to both sustain and grow revenue while controlling and lowering expenses. Businesses manage revenue-side risks by erecting competitive barriers to entry, investing […] · Read More

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