In the wake of this new shift in oil prices, countries that rely heavily on exporting crude oil are beginning to feel their budgets tighten. To stave off unemployment and possible social unrest, some states are taking drastic measures to increase
Convergence of Culture, Commerce, and Communications An epidemic of obesity has been acknowledged for several years in the US, with creeping increases in the age ranges affected—down to young children—and now across borders, as more countries adopt unhealthy American dietary patterns.(1) While obesity
After the Copenhagen fiasco in 2009 when no agreement was reached, the subject of climate change looked dead and buried. Yet, this time in Paris, something positive happened at COP21. That's the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP), i.e. the
Museums aim to collect, preserve, and display elements of art, science, and culture that have a significant impact on society. Through interactive exhibitions, museums can educate the public and bridge science communication gaps. Traditionally, we think of museums displaying tangible
The Ethical Implications Of Health Professionals Refusing Treatment Due To Their Religious Beliefs. In early September 2015, Kim Davis who is the elected Deputy Clerk of Rowan County in Kentucky was jailed for five days for not dispensing marriage licenses to
Note from the Editor: In these hours, following the tragic killing of innocents in Paris and Beirut, our thoughts are with the people of France and Lebanon. Impakter is a global publication. Our team comes from every corner of our beloved World.
Have you ever wondered about the environmental impact of the production of your clothes? Did you know a garment as simple as your pantyhose could be a big threat for the environment? These pieces of clothing are usually made of nylon