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Negros Oriental 350 ‘STAY CLEAN’ Campaign on World Water Day

“Stay Clean!” is an environmental advocacy campaign integrated with the promotion of Eco-sports to create fun learning and excitement to act upon the pressing environmental issues more specifically on Climate Change. This is a collaborative effort of our partner organizations …

350: Going Beyond An Hour

By: Vanne Balboa

Global warming, untimely seasonal change, glaciers melting and heat waves- those were just few of the evident signs of climate change that is happening now around the world. Climate change is mostly due to the rapid industrialization …

A Message that Counts

By Mariam Jaustine Sollano

In a developing country, such as Philippines, climate change may be the least of majority’s priority. Greater part of the population struggles to have three meals a day; and to survive every day is what they …

Environmental Fight at Bohol still Continues

The Scientific Conference on the Reclamation Project, that happened in Bohol was organized by Asia Center for Sustainable Futures Inc., Panglao Natures Advocate INc. and

Environmental Fight at Bohol still Continues
By Mariam Sollano Media Team

Bohol …

Earth Hour: Time is up for Coal! It’s time for 350

The figure 350 is not just a mere number, it symbolizes the safest upper limit of CO2 in our atmosphere. Carbon emissions mainly come from regular human activities such as our daily transportation, industrial production and coal-fired power plants.

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