COVID-19 hit the hospitality industry hard and many governments around the world reacted with a variety of support measures.  The United Kingdom’s one-month “Eat Out to Help Out” program stands out as a roaring success, with 84,700 restaurants that have

This interview discusses how media bias can be a significant obstacle to preception and social change. Furthermore, it explains how it can substantially impact the social and economic part of the world. Regarding your teaching experience at the University of Regensburg

Editor's Note: This article about the social & environmental impact of travel was shared with us by Johny Mair, Cofounder of Ethic, a tech-driven asset manager that powers the creation of sustainable investment portfolios.  It’s that time of year when long

After writing several useful articles with tips on leading a sustainable lifestyle for IMPAKTER, Dr. Erlijn van Genuchten has sat down with us for an interview about her 365 Sustainable Decisions Challenge. She has been sharing her progress online with her

Food waste is still a growing concern for our future, even during the coronavirus pandemic. Indeed, even more so. We need, more than ever, to ensure that we have a secure future for present and future generations. The world faces

Is a world with no abattoirs an outrageous statement??? Or a necessary reality to prevent future pandemics, restore our planet, and seriously-commit to feeding the world with an increasing population, where currently 800 million people are malnourished? Eliminating the suffering of

About two years ago, I was privileged to meet a wise African woman, whom, some might say, has just about seen it all. In her delivery to a packed audience of keen African minds at the event where she spoke,

We at Impakter stand against racism wherever and whenever it has occurred and is still occurring. We share this position with our sister publication, Impakter Italia, and we are happy to publish these two pieces, one documenting a recent European

What are some effective ways to reduce water consumption? In this article, we look at 5 simple ways to do just that. We are living in the middle of a water crisis. Many people around the world do not have access

The number of COVID-19 cases in African countries has been steadily increasing, as has been the trend worldwide. In March 2020, the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention issued Guidance on Community Social Distancing During COVID-19 Outbreak. Recommending African Union

Newly popular tech can help us build impact coalitions, post-quarantine. In the first flush of lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic the digital executions were breathtaking. It was a brave new world of Zooming, and families and old friends who

Editor’s note: This article was first published on the Global Solutions Foundation blog. It has been republished here with the author’s permission. Globally, around 1.6 billion people lack access to adequate housing, and it’s estimated that $11 trillion will be required

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