While there are several underlying causes for the decline of coral reefs world-wide, a serious contributor to the degradation of coral reefs in popular tourist regions are the swarms of scuba divers brought out daily to the reefs by scuba tour operators, like locusts on a wheat field.
Archives for March 2013
For an instant it felt like the heavy gates opened, like the light is shining through the crack. Like it is time to wake up. It’s better to wake up they say, better that than to come to.
The author, a social worker with long experience, believes that it is time for the public to step up and claim its share of the responsibility for protecting our most vulnerable citizens: children in the welfare system.
It’s impossible to summarize all there is too see of Chicago architecture in a single article. Guest Author Alicia Russo highlights 6 of the most significant buildings in the city’s skyline.
This week’s video warns against the temptation to eliminate all subtlety and ambiguity.
Eilean Donan is part of the Kintail National Scenic Area, one of 40 in Scotland. In 2001, the island had a recorded population of just one person.
There are uncanny (and encouraging) similarities between the fictional Pope Kyril I and the recently elected Pope Francis I.
We’ve always wanted to experience the culture and cuisine of Southern France and friends recommended a river cruise with Tauck, a touring company that’s been in business since 1925. The “French Waterways and Vineyards” itinerary along the Rhone sounded ideal.
Wondering where the housing market’s at and what it will be in the up coming months? Guest Author Simon Campbell gives us this forecast for 2013 which gives detail on what to expect for those still looking to get that bargain home!
It’s easy to be grateful when things are going great. It can however be a much harder concept to lean into when things are not going so well.