Sea turtles are one of the most endangered animals on earth. One of the environmental contribution activities of Fujitsu Ten Solutions Philippines, Inc. this year is the Pawikan Conservation in Morong Bataan and I’m privileged to be a part of this activity.
Found this video on Vimeo and thought it was very enlightening and affecting. The video was created three years ago but its message is still relevant nowadays. I admire the lady, Annie Leonard, for her bravery and for letting the people of the world know this story. Please watch the video. The Story of Stuff [...]
We cannot control how much rain should be poured down on us but we can do something to lessen the gravity of the aftereffect of calamities like this. First it was Ondoy and now this unnamed disaster. When will we ever learn?
I discovered this really lovely tote bag after I went in National Bookstore to buy a pen. It is very handy you can carry it every day just in case you’ll be having unexpected shopping. That way, you don’t have to use the store’s packaging, which most probably is a plastic. Thus, you will be reducing plastic usage that, I think, is the major contributor in our waste.[caption id="attachment_631" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="Tote bag secured in the pouch."][/caption]
I’m deeply worried by the latest happenings in the world today. The chaos in the middle east is not yet resolved then Japan was hit by a 8.9 earthquake following a tsunami which claimed the lives of 10,000 people as of this writing.[caption id="attachment_510" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="Buildings burn in Yamada town, Iwate prefecture (state) after Japan\'s biggest recorded earthquake hit. Photo by Associated Press"][/caption]
Below are some of the horrendous pictures of Ondoy and Pepeng’s aftermath which can be found in flickr. Bokawkan Landslide passengers of VLI & PRBL being rescued by the Coast Guard in Carmen, Pangasinan due to heavy flood October 11, 2009 San Carlos City Tropical Storm “ondoy” ( Ketsana ), 26 September 2009…Quirino District Tropical [...]
If we really don’t know how to fix it, then we should stop breaking it. I was astonished watching this girl deliver her speech at a U.N. assembly in behalf of other children about environmental issues. And for this very reason, I would like to share this video hoping that most of you guys will [...]
From now on, we should make a commitment not to throw garbage anywhere. To make the deed easier we should have this mind setting, every time we’re about to throw something, a candy wrapper or anything, we should think that we can be considered a criminal responsible for the loss of so many lives during [...]
We have witnessed the rage of Ondoy when it struck Metro Manila last Saturday. Two of the most commonly reported explanations about the storm’s destructive effect are too much rain (455 mm of rain fell in 24 hours) and climate change. At first take on the issue, heavy rain may seem to be the most [...]