Water Trail for Schools

Have you ever walked along Manila Bay (or any waterbody for that matter) and thought, “I need to do something to save this Bay”? If you are an environmental educator (or even a parent, or a concerned citizen) and want to help out, you might want to consider this Water Trail activity we do when we facilitate workshops for school…

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National Greening Program – Southern Leyte

When local government embeds sustainability, not only does it starts to care for the Environment, it becomes the catalyst for Change. Last July 15, 2011, the radical shift for the total stoppage of illegal quarrying of sand and gravel in one of our rivers (the Canturing river) signals true commitment for sustainable development. The impact for Decades of unregulated extraction…

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Solar Bottle Bulb

A community in Laguna finds an ingenious way to solve their electric bill problem through solar-powered light bulbs made from an empty plastic soda bottle, water, and bleach. What they do is create a hole on the roof and insert the bottle filled with water and bleach, and presto, instant lighting. It’s really a very clever and cheap way to…

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Coca-Cola’s Green Billboard

A friend of mine just posted this one facebook. I thought it’s very innovative and informative. Anyway, here’s the article that goes with the photo: “As Coca-Cola expands its green initiative, they have unveiled a “living” billboard made out of plants. In Manila, Philippines, Coca-Cola and the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) has partnered to produced a 60×60 foot billboard advertisement…

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Getting Muddy in Caliraya

We recently had our team building at Caliraya in Laguna and it was fun! Truly, it was a great way to chillax and unwind after so many days (months and years, yes!) of hard labor and mindwork. Among the activities lined up for us were the Unity Walk where we had to walk with four others on a wood and…

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