Goldman Sachs released a 34-page analysis of the effects of climate change. And the results are terrifying.

Goldman Sachs released a 34-page analysis of the effects of climate change. And the results are terrifying.

Goldman highlighted three cities that could be subject to storm surges and could face harmful flooding: New York, Tokyo, and Lagos. It said several others that are less than 11 meters above sea level — including Miami, Florida; Alexandria, Egypt; Dhaka, Bangladesh; and Shanghai, China — also faced major flood risks.

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/goldman-sachs-climate-change-threatens-new-york-tokyo-lagos-cities-2019-9-1028552494

Where Women Fall Behind at Work: The First Step Into Management

Where Women Fall Behind at Work: The First Step Into Management

Well before the glass ceiling, women run into obstacles to advancement. Evening the odds early in their careers would have a huge impact. Despite near-parity in entry-level numbers, women are outnumbered almost 2 to 1 by men in first-level manager jobs that are the bridges to senior roles.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/where-women-fall-behind-at-work-the-first-step-into-management-11571112361

Inclusion Still Isn’t Working for Many Women of Color

Inclusion Still Isn’t Working for Many Women of Color

Research and Resources

I-DIEM supports, promotes and partners with academic institutions, private sector corporations, governments and non-profits to produce social equity and disaster research.

http://www.juniahowell.com/natural-disasters

Inclusion Still Isn’t Working for Many Women of Color

Some workplaces have failed to support many black and Hispanic women, regardless of a commitment to diversity and inclusion (D&I), a Harvard Business Review (HBR) study found. Black women whose jobs required more interaction with their colleagues reported being what HBR described as less “emotionally vulnerable” at work, suggesting that they may not be cultivating supportive relationships with co-workers. Similar outcomes were found for Hispanic women.

https://www.hrdive.com/news/inclusion-still-isnt-working-for-many-women-of-color/562058/

 

 

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