A fair labor agreement needs to protect against layoffs, provide resources for training workers on the use of new technologies, and include some form of profit-sharing.
Steve Cohen, Author at State of the Planet
New York City has its problems, but the energy, work ethic, brainpower, and sheer determination of the people who live here always ensure its revival.
Held v. Montana is a landmark case because—despite its limited practical applications—it is an indication of a paradigm shift.
The size of the human population, the political demands globally for increased material consumption, and the finite resources we still draw from the earth will drive the transition to environmental sustainability.
The attack on ESG must be repelled, and the best defense is results and improved organizational performance.
Technological change has been the largest stimulator of rapid cultural change over the past two centuries and will continue to be the major cause of social, economic, and political change.
While the technology we need to complete the transition to renewable energy is not yet here, the pace of technological innovation is accelerating.
No one wants the environment damaged any more than anyone wants to see violence or crime. We need a new approach to protecting the planet, but that will not happen by starving agencies of resources.
People are experiencing the climate crisis firsthand, and it is changing their understanding of how the world works. The crisis is real, but so, too, is our determination to address it.