By Leigh Morrow
Hard to believe, but the Mexican peso, one of the oldest currencies in North America, was official tender, along with other coins of this country, in both the USA and Canada until the mid-1800s. It would have been fun to find a peso in my stocking up in Canada. Continue reading When Cash Ends, What Else Dies?
By Susan Birkenshaw
I am neither a scientist and nor a professional diver and I have never claimed to be an activist. The people in these roles are the ones we must to listen to now, if we (people in general) are ever going to have even a minor role in reclaiming our planet and its oceans and the playground that has come to be our home. Continue reading Water – Tragedies to Avoid and Fears to Learn From