Fancy being the chief executive of climate change?

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
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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