Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news: fixing war-torn societies and why Silicon Valley is so awful to women.
The Edge building in Amsterdam is the world’s greenest office space, and probably the smartest, too.
Aside from the social and human costs, the cumulative economic burden of work-related accidents and illness is enormous.
The rise of artificial intelligence raises a discomfiting question: if machines can do everything, then how are humans going to make a living?
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news - the 'Paula Principle' and why the number of women in top political posts is stagnating.
Better air quality, shorter working hours, more and nicer friends - is there really nothing at all rotten in the state of Denmark?
Universities can play a major role in fighting corruption, both in their capacity to touch the lives of future leaders, and as large organizations with substantial economic footprints.
Despite the social inequality women experience, they live longer than men. This is the case without a single exception, in all countries.
Traditional approaches to fighting corruption tend to focus on rules, compliance and enforcement. We need to rethink this to build societies with integrity.
Fortune's Most Powerful Women community give their advice to young professionals looking to succeed and find fulfillment at work.
The economic gender gap won't close for another 170 years. But these small actions could help women achieve equality a lot sooner.
The story of a young businesswoman's journey from rejection to a champion for equality.
The economic benefits of diversity have started a war for female talent. But how can companies hire – and hold on to – more women?
Hard-won progress in women's equality appears to be going backwards. So why do so many women support a return to the Dark Ages?
Gender bias exists in more places than you might think. But just because it's subliminal doesn't mean we can't fight it, says Alison Kay on International Women's Day.