Must-reads from the Wellness World (April 24th,2024)

World faces “deathly silence” of nature as wildlife disappears, warn experts As technology develops, sound has become an increasingly important way of measuring the health and biodiversity of ecosystems: our forests, soils and oceans all produce their own acoustic signatures. Scientists who use ecoacoustics to measure habitats and species say that quiet is falling across thousands of habitats, as the planet witnesses extraordinary losses in…

The End of Retirement

The End of Retirement | The Walrus Want to keep your house? Support your kids? Stay alive? Never stop working   Read More Must-reads from the Wellness World

Must-Reads from the Wellness World (02.28.24)

Why Don’t We Hang Out Anymore? (Adults need to relax and do nothing together, just like kids do) –The New York Times  For kids, hanging out with friends feels natural. But adults are used to doing scheduled activities with one another—and often, we don’t think something is beneficial unless it’s productive. We don’t realize that sitting around and resting with someone is still a productive…

Wellness Economy Research Master Class Webinar Series

WELLNESS ECONOMY RESEARCH MASTER CLASS WEBINAR SERIES with GWI Research Fellows Ophelia Yeung, Katherine Johnston, & Tonia Callender March 27, 11AM-12PM ET June 26, 11AM-12PM ET Learn more Sept 25, 11AM-12PM ET Register GWI’s researchers are the pioneers and powerhouse team that have defined and measured the global wellness economy and its 11 sectors for the last 15 years. How do they do this work?…