This story is part of State of Mind, a special package covering mental health at work. For the series, Fast Company also convened a roundtable of business leaders and advocates to discuss how to bring compassion to the workplace and looks at how Alicia Keys is expanding her business interests mindfully.
The National Green Tribunal and the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change have, for the past six years, been deliberating on whether the government’s World Bank-funded project – the Jal Marg Vikas Project for National Waterway 1 – requires environmental clearance. The project on the Ganga-Bhagirathi-Hooghly river systems, announced
New Jersey City University’s School of Business and Guarini Institute Extend NJCU’s International Reach with Historic MOU JERSEY CITY, N.J. | Governor Phil Murphy, alongside Choose New Jersey President & CEO Wesley Mathews, celebrated the signing of three Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) on April 25 between New Jersey academic and
The wildfire smoke that clouded Twin Cities’ skies and December tornadoes in southern Minnesota weigh on the minds of legislators pressing for more spending on climate change at the State Capitol. “In the past, we’ve talked about climate change as though it’s something in the future. And we’re seeing it
SARATOGA COUNTY–Some local lawns might look a little shaggier this month. That’s because Sustainable Saratoga has launched a No Mow May initiative asking residents to refrain from cutting the grass until June to provide more food to critical pollinators like bees and butterflies. For some homeowners accustomed to lawns being
April 1, 2022The speed and scale of the global response to COVID-19, while imperfect, demonstrated that with resources and motivation, scientific breakthroughs and large-scale behavior change can happen quickly. What might be possible if similar levels of focus, commitment, and collaboration were applied to other health problems that affect massive