Climate change

Fancy being the chief executive of climate change?

Australian Financial Review
Fri, 05 Nov 2021

Fancy being the chief executive of climate change?
Gretta Stephens can’t think of another company that employs a chief executive of climate change. (Image: supplied)
Australian Financial Review
Fri, 05 Nov 2021
Late last year, BlueScope boss Mark Vassella tapped Gretta Stephens on the shoulder and asked her if she would like a new title. As well as her position as chief executive of the steelmaker’s New Zealand business, would she also like to become chief executive of climate change?Auckland-based Stephens immediately said “yes”.“[The role] combines a number of things I am passionate about, that will combine to ensure the long-term sustainability of industry via technical development,” says Stephens, who took up the...

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