University of Strathclyde - On course for sustainable profits

May 1, 2008

Europe's first postgraduate course in environmental entrepreneurship is to be launched by the University of Strathclyde. The MSc aims to give students the skill to launch ventures and products that tackle climate change and promote sustainability. Colin Mason, academic director of Strathclyde's Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, said: "The environment is the new entrepreneurial frontier. The smart money is already flowing into this sector. This is where we will see companies that will become the new Microsofts and Googles emerging."

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