In response to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Wharton experts and others suggest ways to forge a globally coordinated effort in prevention, containment and development of vaccines.

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Some critics say going green is of little importance to hospitals’ bottom lines. Others counter that savings from specific green investments offer quick paybacks.
How can hospitals weigh going green in their purchasing decisions? The process is becoming easier with standardized sustainability questions for suppliers, and comprehensive green ratings for nearly every product health-care[…]
Some hospitals are embracing best environmental practices because they also save money. Other green choices create more positive patient outcomes, so even when the budget isn’t a consideration, they are[…]
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The push to divert virtually all material from landfills and incinerators is strongest in Europe, but it has also gained a foothold in the U.S. Zero waste goals are increasingly[…]