Young people, who are the primary market for fast fashion, are beginning to understand the environmental damage caused by the industry.
Steve Cohen, Author at State of the Planet
Management education that omits environmental and other sustainability concerns will be inadequate as managers must navigate a highly regulated and complex organizational terrain.
It’s relatively easy to hang banners and call for rapid change. It’s far more difficult to do the work required to build the new energy system we need.
Diversity and tolerance comprise the secret sauce that fuels New York City’s creative and economic dynamism.
The bond will provide funding for capital projects to protect our homes and ecosystems in an era of extreme weather and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases. It is a necessary step, but it is far from sufficient.
It makes economic, political, national security, and environmental sense to promote renewable energy and allow energy price competition to drive fossil fuels out of the marketplace.
Decarbonization is largely unpredictable, but there are some elements we can predict.
Building the organizational capacity to measure, analyze, and report a company’s environmental impact is necessary but not sufficient to reduce that impact. The next step is to build the capacity to reduce impact through changes in work processes and/or technologies.
When a weather disaster happens every hundred years, it is an emergency. When it happens every year, it is a routine, periodic occurrence from which we need to protect ourselves.
Congestion pricing is close to implementation. All we need is a little political courage to push it across the finish line.