When it comes to business, it may seem as though unrestricted and unrestrained businesses are those with the potential to provide the biggest boost to the economy. However, with proper and common-sense environmental regulations in place, the economy can grow at an even faster pace and, thanks to the inherently health-protecting nature of environmental conservation, boost the health of the local community, as well.… [Read more]
Worker’s unions have long worked hard to make sure that people are treated with fairness in the workplace. While you may already know that a union can help to improve the safety of individuals that work within specific fields, you might not be aware that they also help entire communities. It’s important to consider how unions benefits communities, not just individuals, especially as new laws and regulations are put in place that may limit the power of reach of unions.… [Read more]
At this Christmas season, we are often faced with some rather negative attitudes towards low-income populations, despite it being a season of giving. However, despite the Grinches, there are many government and local funding programs that help low-income families in America throughout the year, not only at Christmas. Not being able to afford basic home repairs is something is something which many low-income families struggle with.… [Read more]
More than two years have passed since the water contamination problems in Flint, Michigan, first came to light. From neurotoxins to high lead levels, this drinking water issue will surely become a mandatory topic of research for college students who are pursuing a masters of in emergency management or even an environmental law degree.
With thousands of children exposed to dangerous lead levels, the Flint water crisis has been cited of an example of how poor city management can lead to a series of catastrophic failures.… [Read more]
“All politics is local politics,” long-term Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill was fond of repeating. While in today’s increasingly globalized world, this aphorism is no longer factually true, it is true that voters remain most concerned about the issues that affect them personally and respect endorsements from individuals whose hands they may have shaken.
What this signifies for you if you’re running for office is the importance of building a grassroots organization that relies heavily upon the efforts of local volunteers.… [Read more]
With the application of technology in marketing and advertising, a paradigm shift has been realized. The internet specifically has had a profound effect on marketing and has completely revolutionized how businesses are noticed and gain customers. To take advantage of these online marketing platforms, your business has to institute effective strategies and below are some of the best bets.… [Read more]
The Millennial generation is now getting more well-known in the business world. Generally defined as being born between 1980 and 2000, these young adults have gotten quite the negative reputation. They speak their minds, are more attached to technology than you or your parents, and have been stereotyped as having an annoying sense of entitlement. But the fact remains, Millennials are the future of the business world.… [Read more]
For hundreds of years, farm land has been the life blood of the United States. However, despite how families have farmed the land for generation after generation, new advances in agricultural science and new technology are causing change in America’s farmland. Below are some of the biggest changes American farmers can expect in the future.
Farming Wind Traditionally, farmers have only made money from growing crops and raising livestock.… [Read more]
One of the more common excuses for not heading to the polls on Election Day is “my vote doesn’t count”. Many see voting as a waste of time that has no impact on anything that happens in terms of policy. And the large amounts of money flowing into campaigns these days does little to dissuade citizens of this notion.… [Read more]