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Title Would You Trust Machine Learning With Your Life?
Category Education --> Colleges
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Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.Assoc. Prof. Adair Morse speaks with Sir Ronald Cohen, an international philanthropist who has been described as the “father of social investment”, about climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.

Climate change, growing inequality, and now, the coronavirus pandemic have accelerated a movement by investors to understand sustainable capitalism. Part of the equation is being able to measure companies’ impacts on people and the planet.