What links coronavirus, leadership, women on boards, climate change and disinformation? Read this week's links to find out.
Stanford University announced its new President this week. Marc Tessier-Lavigne is a "pioneering neuroscientist, former Stanford faculty member and outspoken advocate for higher education". More importantly, in keeping with Stanford's reputation as a crucible for entrepreneurial creativity, he has been executive vice president for research and chief scientific officer at Genentech, leading work on disease … Continue reading Four For Friday (37)
Following Jorn Barger's tip no. 10, my interpretation of it, I am giving a second outing here to one of my earliest posts on this blog. The post was written in April 2007, when I lived in Edinburgh. The monstrous question of luxury shopping being un-green rears its ugly head again. It is after all … Continue reading Second outing: How un-green is my luxury shopping?
In a dilemma over to-print or not-to-print, a friend of mine in California and I were discussing our respective green karma. She is of the view that having grown up in India, and having lived there for a long while, I have saved enough water and paper not to worry about printing occasional materials for … Continue reading Second outing: Redux: the global warming “band” wagon