The role of the c-suite in driving diversity and inclusion

February 15, 2018 by  
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CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ is the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Hear from leaders driving this movement on the need for collaboration, progress so far, and vision for the future.

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Symantec, Guitar Center and PwC on diversifying the C-Suite

February 9, 2018 by  
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Is your company having the right conversations? CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion offers ways to invite healthy dialogues.

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Walmart: Joining Project Gigaton doesn’t have to be a heavy lift

February 9, 2018 by  
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Scale will come in the form of many small commitments, at least to start.

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IPCC ‘Regrets’ Himalayan Glacier Melting Statement in 2007 Report

January 21, 2010 by  
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photo: futureatlas.com via flickr. The IPCC has issued a statement regarding the inclusion of a non-peer reviewed speculative statement about the rate of Himalayan glacier melting , and the assertion that some could be entirely gone by 2035, in the latest assessment report from 2007.

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Nanotechnology Turning Your Cotton T-Shirt and Polyester Pants Into Batteries

January 21, 2010 by  
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Images via PhysOrg (Credit: American Chemical Society) and BBC (Credit: Nanoletters) Stanford University researchers aren’t stopping at paper when it comes to exploring how carbon nanotubes can be used to create thin, flexible batteries. They’ve moved on from paper and ink to cotton and polyester. Looking at combining carbon nanotubes and fabrics, the research team is bringing us closer to having wearabl…

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