Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 7-13, 2022

More than 100,000 people are expected to come downtown for the festivities that begin this weekend for the College Football Playoff National Championship. Mickey Shuey reports that the stakes for Indy go far beyond the immediate economic impact. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell examines the latest numbers for hospital diversions in central Indiana as health systems strain to care for the surge in COVID-19 cases. And Emily Ketterer sheds light on the battle for a statewide policy on solar- and wind-energy projects, which often run into roadblocks in a mélange of local ordinances and public boards.

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Carey Dahncke: What can Iceland’s teen alcohol program teach Hoosiers about literacy

In his latest book, “Upstream: The Quest to Solve Problems Before They Happen,” Dan Heath discusses a particularly troubling Icelandic problem: The country was producing one of the heaviest-drinking youth populations in Europe. The associated challenges with this problem were distressful and troublesome. Yet today, Iceland ranks at the top when looking at clean-living European […]

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