How to have a productive new year

What is stopping us from being effective at work? Is poor time management our greatest enemy? Or is it the incursion of digital distraction into parts of our minds (and days) that should be set aside for focused thought? Perhaps it is a disastrous mixture of the two. Searching for … Continue reading

Science Journalism Under Attack

In the Winter 2017 edition of Issues in Science and Technology environmental journalist Keith Kloor describes a number of incidents in which advocacy groups have attacked reporters for citing reliable scientific evidence that undermined the claims of those who questioned the value of vaccines or the safety of genetically engineered … Continue reading

PGreen Building Research Institute Partners with the United Nations in Support of Agenda 2030

GBRI collaborates with I-believe for the “Change Begins With Me” Campaign in support of “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda” The Green Building Research Institute (GBRI) collaborated with the nonprofit I-believe for the “Change Begins With Me” Campaign in support of “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”. … Continue reading

Bolton blasts Obama as ‘vindictive’ for abstaining from UN vote

Bolton said that President Obama thinks Israel is “the obstruction in the peace process in the Middle East.” John Bolton, an adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, blasted President Obama Sunday as “vindictive,” a week after the U.S. abstained from voting on a UN resolution declaring Israeli settlements in occupied territories … Continue reading

Mariah Carey ripped for lip-synching meltdown on New Year’s Eve

Mariah Carey shrugged off an awkward, botched New Year’s Eve performance plagued by technical difficulties early Sunday, observing: “S*** happens.” The singer struggled through her Times Square appearance that was aired on “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest” on ABC. She was the headline act at the … Continue reading