Coastal Clean Up 2015

How did you celebrate the International Coastal Clean-Up Day? Every year, volunteers all over the world gather along the coasts every third Saturday of September to clean-up the water bodies.  This event is orchestrated by Ocean Conservancy. They started it along the Texas coast in 1986, and from the initial 12 sites, there are now more than 6,000 sites in…

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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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On Board Greenpeace Esperanza

Yesterday, my friend and I went to the Pier 15 South Harbor in Manila to be part of the Greenpeace Esperanza Tour. It is part of the South East Asia Ocean Defender Tour where Greenpeace opens its doors to everyone interested in becoming an Ocean Defender. Esperanza is one of the three ships the group has that have been traveling…

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Mudballs

Nope, it’s not something you could use to hit your best friend’s face with when you’re mad at him/her lol… It’s a cleaning “gadget” for dirty creeks. It’s the antivirus for small bodies of water. :p This shot was taken in Palawan where we were shown how the mud ball works. Basically, one just have to throw the mud balls…

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AMKOR Philippines Adopts Palico Creek in Muntinlupa

AMKOR, a leading semiconductor company not only in the Philippines but the rest of the world, has officially entered into a partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the Muntinlupa government for the adoption of the Palico Creek. The company has long been doing clean-ups of the said creek (as well as conducting IEC programs) through their…

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