Women can bring a vast array of skills into business, this includes a greater awareness of the value of sustainability. Despite this fact women represent only 17 percent of the membership of Fortune 500 boards of directors. In this video professor Kellie McElhaney of the University of California Haas School of Business profiles the gender gap in the corporate board rooms and outlines specific barriers and best practices for addressing this situation.
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The intense wildfires that raged across the Western U.S., South America, and Australia in 2020 are being attributed to climate change. What makes these fires unprecedented is their size and...