Inspiring workplace safety through intrinsic motivation

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Julie Cook Kitchener May 6, 2024 12:56 pm
Hi all,    Imagine you’re an investor sitting in a fancy hotel ballroom around the corner from Wall Street, waiting to hear a speech from the new CEO of the aluminum company you’v…

Encouraging urban tree stewardship through active citizen engagement

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Julie Cook Kitchener Apr 29, 2024 12:54 pm
Hi all,    Municipalities and NGOs that are working towards thriving urban forests face many challenges, including providing maintenance care for trees that have been recently pla…

Invasive species and the effectiveness of public awareness campaigns

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Julie Cook Kitchener Apr 22, 2024 12:46 pm
Hi all,   Public awareness campaigns are often applied to mitigate the negative impacts that invasive species have on healthy ecosystems. However, there is little evidence suggest…

The "Wear It" campaign: Encouraging boating safety & the use of life jackets

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Julie Cook Kitchener Apr 8, 2024 13:08 pm
Hi all,   If you’re looking for a compelling behaviour change program related to safety, check out the “Wear it” campaign run by the U.S. coast guard. Though it is American-based,…

The best way to increase cancer screening rates

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Julie Cook Kitchener Apr 8, 2024 12:54 pm
Hi all, I might be a bit bias because of the "Cook" name in this program, but bear with me as the results are impressive.    Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of canc…

Protecting the Great Barrier Reef: The effectiveness of emotional appeals

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Julie Cook Kitchener Mar 20, 2024 13:58 pm
Hi all,    Many of you are aware that the Great Barrier Reef along the Australian coast is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders of the world, and that climate change and …
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