America’s most recent “Great Recession” brought with it public outcry over the pay of executives who were leading companies that were receiving public assistance, mainly in the form of cash infusions via the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).
Addressing Potential Environmental And Health Threats From Climate Change in Inuits Living in Quebec
Nunavik comprises the northern third of the province of Quebec, Canada, which is homeland to the Inuit, who are indigenous people in Quebec. What makes Nunavik unique is that this region lies between the Arctic and subarctic climate zones where no roads link Nunavik to southern Quebec, making it a remote region. Climate change poses a serious risk to this Arctic region because temperatures have risen substantially over the past few decades at rates twice as much as other regions
While the subprime market and the reliance on home value appreciation versus credit risk was ultimately the last straw, they were not the only major problems of the U.S. Economic Crisis.
By WILLIAM R. LAWRENCE – While the concept of for-profit universities can be traced as far back as ancient Greece, the industry’s popularity has come under heightened scrutiny due to breakneck expansion during a time of significant economic downturn.
By SAMANTHA C. ARRINGTON – Have you ever considered what rights and protections non-citizens committing crimes in or against the United States have, specifically crimes associated with terrorism?