Our current rate of consumption is simply just not sustainable.

In order for us to right the ship, to ensure a future for our children, Tensie Whelan argues that we must redefine value. No longer can value be defined by price, and we must shift how we place value on the things we consume.

Tensie Whelan will join New York University Stern School of Business in November 2015 as Clinical Professor of Business and Society. She will lead the School’s efforts around issues of business and sustainability, driving research and coursework on natural resource-based challenges including climate change, water scarcity, biodiversity loss, poverty and unsustainable development. Professor Whelan was formerly the President of the ... View Profile