In case you missed it last week, the U.S. just left the Paris Agreement on climate change. We’ve got the details on what could happen next. After that, we’ll explain the status of President Trump’s election lawsuits and what to make of Pfizer’s flashy new COVID-19 vaccine.
Then, as some major U.S. companies indefinitely delay the return to the office, it might be time to consider WFH our new reality. We’ll ask an expert for advice on how to make remote work productive and sustainable over the long-haul.
Finally, we know you’ve already heard about the humans heading to the White House. Well, we’ve got the skinny on the pets-elect headed to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
On this episode, you’ll hear from:
Caroline Polisi, legal analyst and an adjunct lecturer in law at Columbia Law School
Gigi Kwik Gronvall, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
Tsedal Neeley, professor of business, Harvard Business School
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