Rebecca Henderson, Joseph B. Lassiter & Nitin Nohria
What do Chinese coal plants and the American legislative branch have in common? They are both major adversaries in the fight against climate change, according to former President of Mexico Felipe Calderón.
"The most serious problem is in the United States Congress," he told a packed audience at Harvard Business School on Monday. "If you are a Republican, it's like a formal requirement to be a nonbeliever in climate change. And that's bad."
In conversation with Harvard University Professor Rebecca Henderson, Calderón discussed The New Climate Economy, the primary project of full story