heads sustainability at Yahoo! and is a leading expert on sustainability and systems thinking. Previously she worked with Amory Lovins at Rocky Mountain Institute. She is a Fulbright Specialist and alumna of Yale’s School of the Environment.
Is “green” always more expensive? Does a financially healthy company have to exploit the environment? Does success at work have to mean an ecologically and emotionally unsustainable personal life? And how is the growing field of clean technology solving—or contributing to—all of these problems? How are personal journeys and systems thinking woven in to this process?