The climate change solutions for the world’s tiniest, most vulnerable nations

Back in 2014, Anote Tong, then president of Kiribati, one of the world’s most low-lying nations, took a dramatic step to try and save his people from a future of sea level rise. He bought, for around $9 million, a parcel of mountainous land in Fiji, another group of islands in the Pacific Ocean. Theoretically, […]

A new study shows what minorities think of their employers’ inclusion efforts now

Back in early 2020, before many of us knew what a coronavirus was, it felt like capitalism might have reached a turning point, where the pursuit of profit and the responsibility to shareholders was perhaps giving way to a different, more holistic way of doing business. Evidence that even massive corporations, like huge ocean liners, […]