A Solution for the Coming Space Crisis

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As the Earth’s population continues to grow and climate changes wrecks havoc on the Earth thanks to the destructive, irresponsible, and unenlightened policies of the Western corporate world, many issues – previously unconsidered – will suddenly arrive at the forefront of our Brave New World’s agenda. Among those: how do we feed everyone? Where do we put everyone? What kind of storage options will we have? You see, as climate change – whether it be hot or cold! – destroys the planet’s arable surface and humankind continues to slip into an abysmal cyclone of pollutive destruction, the actual space available for human inhabitation will lessen drastically. New changes will surface: meat will become a thing of the past as there will be no room for polluting cows to roam. We will need all the farmland we can get to grow the vegetables and wheat for our universal, vegan...

The Perks of Becoming a Citizen

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Every year, droves of people from all over the globe apply for citizenship in the United States. This is because the US is still considered one of the most livable areas in the world. Despite the economic difficulties, the employment opportunities are open to the public is still a lot more compared to other places. The standard of living that majority of its citizens enjoy is still superior than most and for immigrants, the country still represents a land of opportunity. Becoming a US citizen involves a detailed process to ensure that the opportunity is awarded to individuals and families who can positively contribute to their growth. There are several ways to become a naturalized citizen and this is open for all legal immigrants. Because of the large volume of applications, the review process can take some time. Decision makers want to make sure that they find the perfect fit, because...

Active Citizenship

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An active citizen is someone who takes a role in the community. It is considered a buzz word by some because of its vague definition. There is no standard model and no universally accepted definition for an active citizen.  It is agreed that it refers to individuals who are involved in public life and affairs. There are different levels: local, national and international levels. The term is used to refer to citizens who are actively involved in the life of their communities helping to solve problems or to bring about change or by resisting unwanted change most especially at the local levels. These citizens aim to improve the quality of life by developing the skills, knowledge and understanding in order to make informed decisions about their workplaces and communities. At the national level it can be from voting to being involved in campaigning to become a member of a political party....

Economic Citizenship

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When a foreign investor for a real estate project in another country is applying for a citizen in that country because of their investment is a program called Economic Citizenship.  If the investor passes the usual security checks, they pay an additional application fee and their family members are approved for economic citizenship. They are given a second passport, and all the rights and privileges that come with the citizenship. This is a demonstration that in this day and age, citizenship is a free choice based on lifestyle and doesn’t necessarily have to be where you were born. The increase in foreign capitalization benefits countries such as St. Kitts.  This helps increase the strength of its economy and develop infrastructure. Economic citizenship encourages foreign investors to finance projects throughout the country. Most programs require a minimum investment in an approved...

Corporate Citizenship

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Corporate citizenship is a concept also known as corporate social responsibility. It states that businesses have a responsibility to society in general and to the community in which they operate.  There are several areas of responsibility of corporate citizenship, such as legal, economic, philanthropic, ethical and environmental areas. This means doing business not only to meet the needs of owners and stockholders, but to incorporate the interests of all stakeholders in business operations like the employees, customers, the community and the environment. A business that operates in an ethical manner and supports the concerns and interests of the community is a responsible corporate citizen. Stockholders and stakeholders are two key interest groups in many businesses. Stockholders own a piece of the business and have a financial investment in the business. Stakeholders may or may not...