A Jamaican editor definitely did not write this headline…
It is hard to see, but this mangrove’s roots are entangled with garbage, and lots of it. We took a trip down to the Palisadoes area, and while it is beautiful with a strong, cool breeze, the garbage is heartbreaking. Every kind of litter you can imagine, on the shoreline, encroaching into the mangrove roots. Without these trees, the ecosystem will fall apart. My daughter kept asking why people would throw their garbage everywhere, and I didn’t have an answer for her.
Two different endeavors, one operating likely in the informal economy, the other in the formal economy. Perhaps the same targets, both providing a service and specific expertise, both outsourcing activities, one to save time and preserve one’s security, the other to grow wealth and hope for the future. Both asking you to invest in them.
A protest calling for “Freedom for Cuba” outside the Cuban Embassy.