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Is wellness working? | BenefitsPro

Indeed, the highest participation came for health risk and biometric assessments, which 48 percent of employees underwent. Organizations often offer employees lower premiums for doing such screenings.

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Why Do People Work Hard When They Have No Economic Incentive To Do So?

Let’s play a game. I will name two forms of football and you tell me which you think offers better incentives to players. On the one hand is soccer, the world famous sport which receives huge funding from sponsorship, merchandise and ticket sales. 1,469 more words


Citigroup climate risk study part 2 - stranded assets

The CitiGPS study makes a unique contribution to the climate change risk literature: reducing GHG emissions will lead to stranded investment assets. These assets include both fossil fuel holdings and the equipment that uses those fuels.  511 more words

Risks Of Climate Change

Obama Gives Solar Option to Impoverished

For the families in federally subsidized housing, electricity bills mean quite a bit of extra and unnecessary burden that they would much prefer not to bear. 65 more words

Earth Happenings

Green Consumerism Taking Root in Guangdong

China raised new climate change goals a month ago, promising to cut its emissions of carbon dioxide per unit of gross domestic product by 60 to 65 percent by 2030 from 2015 levels and achieve a peak in emissions about the same time. 168 more words


One university’s attempt to reduce energy waste at work

If you work outside your home, chances are you don’t pay (directly) for the energy you use at work. At my place of work, the UC Berkeley campus, most employees never see – let alone pay – their energy bills. 803 more words

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A look at how commercial and institutional building energy use can be reduced by providing price signals.