Residential Designing to Avert Disaster due to climate change

Designing to Avert Disaster

As leaders, we have seen the data and heard the warnings. And yet very few communities, homes, or businesses are designing to avert disaster.

Photograph of a Man Taking a Hiking in the Forest.

Take a Hike

What if I told you that there was a cure for heart disease, weight gain, memory loss, insecurity and loneliness. That thing is hiking.

White mother helping child with asthma use electronic inhaler.

Are EVs the Cure for Asthma?

Let’s ensure that our leaders don’t overlook that a healthy planet leads to healthier people, and healthy people are good for business!

We mourn the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and celebrate that we now have a climate King, at a time when we really need one.

The King of Sustainability

We mourn the passing of Queen Elizabeth II and celebrate that we now have a climate King, at a time when we really need one.

Essential workers in construction

Without Labor, Nothing Prospers

It’s Labor Day here in the US and for today’s Saturday Spark, we are celebrating the 3.32 billion people who went to work this week globally.

Dare to be first

Dare to Be First

If you dare to be first, it can be incredibly rewarding but also incredibly challenging at the same time.

Protest outside SCOTUS building to choose to lead on choice

Choose to Lead on Choice

A lack of access to reproductive healthcare reverses years of progress on gender equity in America. Companies must choose to lead on choice.

Three women friends at work

Do We Need Friends at Work?

As leaders, we have to think even more creatively and deliberately about how to make it easy for our employees to make friends at work.