Kanin featured on panel discussion at 11th Annual Climate Symposium

How Do New Ventures Envision and Shape a Fair and Sustainable World

11th Annual Climate Symposium, hosted by the Earth Institute, the Sustainability Management Program and the Columbia Climate School. Janice Tran, Kanin’s CEO, will be speaking on a panel discussion on Friday April 8th.

The Symposium will address how today’s sustainability leaders break away from business-as-usual scenarios through thought-provoking keynotes, informative panels, and solutions-oriented conversations. Join our growing community of visionaries and practitioners to move beyond individual action and catalyze for systemic change.

The panel discussion focuses on how do new ventures envision and shape a fair and sustainable world?

Discover the world of entrepreneurship through the lenses of those who want to disrupt the status quo and create solutions that have an impact. This panel will discuss the journey of entrepreneurs and those that support in their journey to drive environmental and social change.

This panel will be moderated by Joy Fairbanks (Adjunct Assistant Professor Management, B.A., UC Berkeley; M.SC, London School of Econ and Political Science; M.B.A., Columbia Business School).

Panelists include:

  • Janice Tran, CEO and Co-founder at Kanin Energy
  • Sylvain Massot, Founder and CFO at Impaakt
  • Arne Halleraker, Partner at FJ Labs
  • Dr Sarah Qureshi, CEO and Co-Founder at Aero Engine Craft Private Limited; Ambassador at Solar Impulse Foundation

Register now, here.

Learn more about SUMASA: The Sustainability Management Student Association (SUMASA) is a student organization elected to represent the student body of the Columbia University M.S. in Sustainability Management program.

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