Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School
Michael Toffel is an Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School. His research examines how companies measure and reduce the environmental impacts of their operations and supply chains. He also examines alternative institutions that seek to monitor facilities’ environmental performance, including industry self-regulation programs, third-party auditors, and government voluntary approaches. He teaches "Business and the Environment", an award-winning MBA elective. He previously worked as a corporate director and consultant in environment, health, and safety management, in Southeast Asia and the United States. Toffel received a PhD in Business Administration from UC Berkeley and an MBA and Master of Environmental Management from Yale University.