Harvard Business School Features Kanin

Harvard Business School Highlights Janice Tran

Special thanks to Harvard Business School for featuring Kanin’s CEO, Janice Tran, in the latest episode of Climate Stories. The piece captures a variety of points, ranging from Kanin’s announcement with Tallgrass Energy, the risks associated with starting a company during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as her role as an educator in carbon mitigation.

Read the full piece, here.

About Climate Stories: Climate Stories is a series researched and written by Jacqueline Adams (MBA 1978) and Produced by Lynn Schenk, Director, Business and Environment Initiative

The HBS Business and Environment Initiative is excited to launch Climate Stories, a series of researched blog posts that tell the unique stories of the business leaders–CEOs, founders, advisors, and more–who are enabling climate solutions to thrive by seeing new business opportunities and focusing on the people who make those solutions both necessary and possible.

About Harvard Business School: Established in 1636, with over 400,000 alumni worldwide, Harvard is a research university and non-profit institution that focuses on creating opportunities for people from many lived experiences. Harvard Business School aims to educate leaders who make a difference in the world.  

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