Episode 55: MasterCard's master plan for the SDGs; Etsy models nature
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- How Microsoft's Jim Hanna got the job
- The power of climate-competent boards
- If Trump won't step up on climate, cities will
- After the election, cities look for ways to be great on their own
An in-depth look at two stories changing the game for green business.
The mission behind MasterCard's SDG master plan (16:10)
GreenBiz Senior Writer Heather Clancy spoke to Louise Holden, head of public-private partnerships for MasterCard, about why the payment company is jumping in on the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals.
How Etsy crafted its biophilic headquarters (28:00)
GreenBiz Associate Editor Anya Khalamayzer took a tour of Etsy's Brooklyn headquarters, which aims to be a "living building." James Connelly, director of the International Living Future Institute’s Living Product Challenge, weighs in on what the design decisions mean for the company and its employees.