Partnership for the Bay

Last week, volunteers from all over Manila participated in the Manila Bay Clean Up and Rehabilitation Project led by the Manila Bay Sunset Partnership Program, Inc. (MPSPPI). The Group “has adopted the waste problem in the Manila Bay area as an advocacy” and has been working tirelessly to ensure the Bay area’s rehabilitation. They have also launched this awareness video,…

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Crafts from Wastes

It was an extremely busy day today… I’ve been busy working on one of the adopted rivers in Metro Manila (of course, with my colleagues) and so far, the Program’s doing good. I believe I have talked about this before, that oil giant PETRON adopted Marikina River and will be spending 18 million this year alone, for the dredging and…

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From Trash to Bricks

Did you know that there are municipalities and provinces all over the country where solid wastes, particularly residuals, are being converted into bricks? Yeah, you got that right – they make it possible for people to literally walk through and step over trash — but in a good way. The Municipality of Teresa, Rizal (pictured above, thanks to NSWMCS), for…

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Recycled Newspaper to Stylish Bags

Two weeks ago, I lectured at this public highschool in Quezon City, upon the invite of the Inner Wheel group (wives of Rotary Club members) headed by Miss Chit Reyes. Now, Miss Chit had this beautiful bag with her, and I was surprised to learn that it’s made from recycled newspaper. Her bag’s the one at the left-most, chic, isnt…

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Pinoy Ecology Game Board

There has been a rise on environmental consciousness among Filipinos, especially, our youth. This is positive news, considering the fact that they’re next in line, they’d be the ones to protect and build our country a few years from now. So, while they’re young, it is necessary for them to learn the value of caring and loving the beautiful environment…

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