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Save Palawan Seas

I’ve recently learned of this foundation from Jewelmer. It’s amazing because I think the whole country should adopt what they are doing. The Save Palawan Seas Foundation (SPSF) aims to create workable livelihood alternatives for coastal communities, which are economically rewarding and environmentally sustainable. I’ve read that have projects such as seaweed farming, organic vegetable farming, marine and agriculture research center. I think what they’re doing is really great and I just wanted to mention here in this forum that these types of foundations do exist and we have to our whatever we can to preserve our livelihood and environment.

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LEGO PILIPINAS, TARA NA!

 

I was so glad to have had experience and witness the  huge 18X30 Philippine map all made of colorful LEGO bricks. I was privileged to attend the launching of “LEGO Pilipinas, Tara Na” the first ever LEGO Filipino-theme event in the Philippines.It aims to promote the wonders of the Philippines and celebrate Filipino ingenuity. Together with the support Department of Tourism (DOT) the event was successful, attended by the DOT Secretary Alberto Lim, the exclusive distributer of the LEGO brandLAJ Philippines President Patrick PesengcoThe Picture Company,Mommy MundoCreative Juice Communications,SM Toy Kingdom, and SM Mall of Asia executives Continue reading

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Support the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera

Support the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera
Sign up today to show you support for the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera

The local government of Puerto Galera has long supported marine conservation. Most fish and coral species flourish on Puerto Galera’s beautiful reefs and their populations continue to grow. However, sharks have been over-fished and now just a handful remain. Without protection these important and beautiful animals will soon disappear

By adding your voice we can help the Local Government in making the decision to declare all of Puerto Galera a Shark Sanctuary.

  • Yes to the Philippines first Shark Sanctuary in Puerto Galera
  • Yes to a Shark Conservation Awareness Program
  • No to catching of sharks in all municipal waters [From Talipanan to Villiaflor]
  • No sale of shark meat or fins in local markets
  • No sale of shark oil, teeth or jaws

Individually we stand alone. Stand together and we can make it happen. Sign Up Now and pass the link on to all your friends that care about the environment

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GUAM’S UNDERWATER SURPRISE

If you’re a diving enthusiast, you have to experience Guam’s majestic dive sites – magnificent waters with ship wrecks covered with sea flora and fauna  that will stay in your mind forever, not to mention one of the world’s healthiest marine preserves!

Guam offers clear water with visibility well over 100 feet (30 meters) at many sites, allowing you to marvel at its wide array of colorful coral reefs even from afar – dazzling sea stars, anemones, fishes of all sizes and hues, and assorted plants and coral life. From the boat, you can even spot an occasional dolphin frolicking in the calm waters. In Guam, the surprises are never-ending.
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Lleida: Circulo Verde’s Fourth Tower

Ortigas & Co., one of the country’s premiere developers, unveils another residential high-rise within their flagship development, Circulo Verde.   Lleida, named after a Spanish Catalonian town, is the first tower in phase one to offer units, mostly studio and single bedroom types, which provide more viable investment options for young professionals, empty nesters, and independent individuals. Two- and three-bedroom units are also available for starting families.
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Arya Residences Cut Energy Use by 14% for Earth Hour

Driven by the common goal of attaining ecological sustainability, green developer ArthaLand recently partnered with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Philippines).The project, Arya Residences, being a LEED registered (aiming for a Gold certification) development, has in place various measures and facilities to allow its households to save as much as 14% in energy consumption and as much as 40% in potable water usage. With proper maintenance and the conscientious use of these resources, these savings may be enjoyed for over a year.
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DepEd joins campaign for Puerto Princesa Underground River

Education Secretary Armin Luistro has echoed the national call to support the campaign to recognize the Puerto Princesa Underground River one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.

Luistro has issued Memorandum No. 137, series 2011, to call on the entire department to work towards awareness, appreciation,preservation and promotion of our own Puerto Princesa Underground River to be included in the New Seven Wonders of Nature (N7WN) through various activities and other initiatives
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