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Climate in the Boardroom

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October 27, 2020

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Climate in the Boardroom

The boundary between us and the rest of the world is so fluid. So I think of myself as a song the universe is singing.

– Rebecca Henderson –

Climate in the Boardroom

“How does one witness to businesspeople about climate change? Climate change is a problem for the collective and the long term, whereas business often requires a ruthless focus on the individual and the quarter. Climate change is an ethical catastrophe whose solution almost certainly requires a profoundly moral response, but talk of morality in the boardroom is often regarded with profound suspicion. Reconciling these tensions has forced me to navigate between worlds in an ongoing attempt to persuade businesspeople that solving climate change is both an economic and a moral necessity, and that the purpose of business is not only to make money but also to support the institutions that will enable us to build a sustainable world. This has not always been easy.” Economist and Harvard Business School professor Rebecca Henderson shares more. { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, join this Saturday’s Awakin Call with Rebecca Henderson. More details and RSVP info here. { more }

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