How To Design eLearning For The “Pragmatic Learner”
Want to know how to design eLearning for the Pragmatic Learner?Check why microlearning is the ideal design approach for the Pragmatic Learner.
Why it is important to stay away: Health hazards can persist after a fire [Herald Democrat,...
With the destructive power of a fire, walls, structural supports and other parts of the structure may become damaged and weakened and can collapse with activity. Area first responders explained why it is important for homeowners to remain cautious when reentering a home following a fire as some invi
What’s next for climate change policy
Harvard environmental experts looking ahead to a Trump administration see trouble for President Obama’s Clean Power Plan and U.S. international climate action, but add that the nation’s environmental protection regulatory framework would be difficult to dismantle, and there may be hope for new approaches to addressing environmental ills.
Here’s how to win on climate-change policy
If you want to make a carbon tax work, make sure its revenue goes back to the public.
How to Adapt to Facebook’s Ever-Changing Policies for Businesses
If your business has been using Facebook for marketing for any length of time, you’re no stranger to the changes they implement, in the name of improving their service for users. Just like Google,…
United changes policies, will pay passengers up to $10,000
Delta is letting employees offer a big pay-off for customers.
Why climate change policy won’t hinge on international talks
It’s not that international diplomacy won’t matter, but individual countries are already taking action to reduce carbon emissions for various reasons beyond worries about climate change.
The Federal Agency With Surprising Power to Impact Climate Change Policy
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) flies under the radar, but it makes some of the most consequential decisions about the federal government's approach to climate change.
Climate change policy can be overwhelming. Here’s a guide to the policies that work.
A new book from veteran energy analyst Hal Harvey simplifies decarbonization.
Chattanooga police changing policy on how they will handle gun violence
We don't know the details yet, but we do know he is getting 14 more officers to carry it out.
How Record-Breaking Weather Informs Climate Change Policy
Austin Blackmon, Boston's environment chief, discussed the recent nor'easter and the city's climate change preparedness initiatives.
How you can change policy
Wed, Mar 9, 2016, 6:00 PM: INTO ACTION.This March, we’ll be talking about moving mission into policy action. Both nonprofits and for-profits with a social mission have an interest in pushing forward l
Google must change policies over suppression breach: NZ Minister
The NZ Justice Minister is fuming and says he will rein in tech giant Google, after it reneged on a pledge to change its policies over the breach of a suppression order in a prominent murder case. Minister Andrew Little says he doesn't accept Google's claim that it was a rare case and that they're not a publisher.
Scott Pruitt says CO2 isn't a pollutant. What next on US climate change policy?
Scott Pruitt stands poised to reverse a decade of EPA climate change policy, but doesn't have the power to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement.
Delta changes policy, will now pay customers up to nearly $10,000 to give up seats
Delta has changed its policy about bumping passengers off of flighs, and its customers stand to benefit.
Empowering People with Criminal Records to Change Policy: A Legal Advocate’s Guide to Storytelling
Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network Webinar - Empowering People with Criminal Records to Change Policy: A Legal Advocate’s Guide to Storytelling The Clean Slate Clearinghouse with funding support from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance, will be holding a webinar entitled Empowering People with Criminal Records to Change Policy: A Legal Advocate’s Guide to…
TLC to Change Policy on How Drivers are Fined When They Run Red Light Cameras
The Taxi and Limousine Commission wants to ease the financial burden on cab drivers, and as a first step, the agency will stop ticketing them twice for running red light cameras.
How to Change Policy Without Politicians
As Arkansas politics becomes more conservative, voters are using the ballot for progressive ends.
Investors press Exxon Mobil to disclose how climate-change policies affect it
Exxon Mobil Corp. shareholders pushed the company Wednesday to share more information about whether regulations designed to reduce climate change will hurt the oil giant's business.
How Housing Matters: When Cost-Benefit Research Changes Policy, Crime Exposure with Vouchers,...
When Dennis Culhane volunteered at a Philadelphia homeless shelter one summer in college, he had no idea he would one day do research that would help spur the effort to end homelessness in the United States. He simply thought he could do some good. But during graduate school, Culhane was reminded of his time at the shelter when his mentor was reviewing patients’ Medicaid records to see whether data about their lives could shed light on their situations before and after treatment. “It…