At the VERGE conference last month, all manner of transformative, distruptive technologies were under discussion and on display -- but they'll remain just out of reach until we overcome our behavioral roadblocks.
A little-known California bill drafted by lawyers working pro bono could transform the structure for corporations, enabling them to place environmental and social responsibility concerns on par with shareholder value -- without leaving firms open to lawsuits for breaching fiduciary responsibility.
Last year, I made three predictions about what our economic recovery would look like, and why. Now it's time to take the measure of what The Next Economy will look like, and how it will impact sustainability efforts.
Two Texas oil companies have come traipsing into California politics by funding a multimillion-dollar effort to suspend the state's landmark climate legislation, AB 32. The tactic has inspired this open letter on behalf of the Golden State.