These young trailblazers share a common passion for activism.
A crossover featuring real-life superheroes-young activists Greta Thunberg and Malala Yousafzai finally met and the admiration was obviously mutual. In the U.K. for a climate school strike, Greta visited Malala at the University of Oxford, according to CNN Philippines. "
It's for a good cause!
More Filipinos are being environmentally conscious. From eco-friendly bath products to some cities in Metro Manila banning the use of single-use plastics, it's high time that we make smarter choices to save the environment.That being said, Jericho Rosales
Take note of this, in case you were planning to visit!
Located at the north of Cagayan de Oro and south of Bohol is a picturesque beach destination called Camiguin Island. For the past few years, the quaint isle has been gaining traction as a laid-back alternative to other destinations in the
There are alternatives to have an environment-concious holiday.
With the gift-giving season in full swing, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has urged Filipinos to reduce the Christmas holidays' impact on the environment.According to a report from Inquirer.net, records from the DENR reveal that Metro
'We can't just continue living as if there was no tomorrow because there is a tomorrow.'
Time Magazine has revealed their 2019 Person of the Year: Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish activist known for her "climate strikes" and powerful speeches. You'll recall that Greta delivered a rousing speech at the United Nations Climate Action Summit
What a time to be alive!
Sooo a few days ago, Chris Pratt wandered on over to Instagram to post a thirst trap of himself at the gym. And because of the aforementioned thirst, he was holding a water bottle. Unfortunately, it was a plastic water bottle, which
They want their future tours to have a 'positive impact.'
Coldplay may have released its newest album Everyday Life, but the band won't go on tour until they can offer "environmentally beneficial" concerts. They released the album on Friday, November 22.In an interview with BBC, Coldplay expressed their concern
Single-use plastic is a major source of pollution.
Single-use plastic is among the top sources of pollution. According to a report by the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, it is estimated that there are about 59.8 billion pieces of plastic sachets used in the Philippines annually. Other sources
One of their proposed solutions is to have fewer kids.
In 1979, scientists from 50 countries all met up at the First World Climate Conference in Geneva. They agreed that the world needed to be more aware of the impacts of climate change. Unfortunately, greenhouse gas emissions are still rapidly rising with
It's the ugly truth.
Siargao. It's been described as one of the best islands in Asia, alongside Boracay and Palawan. No wonder people keep coming back to Siargao. Some even visit the island just to move on from a breakup. A lot of celebs
Your empties aren't going into the ocean, that's for sure!
The fate of our empty beauty product containers are typically unclear. Even with conscious disposal, we're never sure where these plastic bottles and jars end up. Thankfully, however, times are changing. More brands have begun taking more responsibility for their
Remember: Water is everything!
No one is exempt from the water crisis. We all shower, clean, up, thirst. We all number one and number two (stress when there's no H2O!). Celebs, politicians, privileged, and working folk-no one was exempt from their own tabo-timba
We dare you to do it with your crew this weekend.
If there are makeup vids, dance dares, and funny online challenges, then this one deserves just as much airtime on our feeds and stories. The #trashtag challenge is a social challenge that is trending globally and for good measure. It encourages people
Are you a (single-use) plastic kinda girl? Stop it now!
Nobody’s too famous to care for the environment!
Yesterday, Nadine Lustre was onboard a RORO (roll-on/roll-off ship that transports vehicles) where she caught someone "throw paper and plastic wrappers out their van's window." Tsk tsk!The actress posted on Instagram Stories, "I picked it up, knocked
Who's joining the bamboo revolution?
For the last few years, bamboo has become a popular alternative material for everyday products that wreak havoc on our environment, like single-use plastics and e-waste. According to One Green Planet, cultivating bamboo requires no pesticides, herbicides, or irrigation. It
They're called 'Ecobricks,' and they're an easy way to do your part in saving the environment.
To say that the world has a plastic problem is an understatement. According to the Ocean Crusaders, there are around "5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris in the ocean. Of that mass, 269,000 tons float on the surface, while some
A number of vegans are deficient in some nutrients, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
There's vegetarianism-something we're all pretty familiar with-and then there's veganism. Vegans don't eat meat, poultry, fish, and any other product from animals. So that also includes eggs, dairy products, and gelatin. Does it
Scary stuff.
Russia, not unlike the Philippines, has had a long-standing problem with pollution, so much so that the Daldykan River recently turned blood red-and the government is scrambling. Seriously, it looks like every environmentalist's nightmare.Unfortunately, scientists believe that the
This eco-entrepreneur is putting the Philippines in the spotlight with her earth-friendly shop that offers local, organic, and natural goods. Find out more about this Fun, Fearless Female Awardee!
An exciting trend that we've been seeing more of lately is the rise of brands that offer organic, eco-friendly, and proudly Philippine-made products. One store in particular, Ritual at The Collective in Makati, has been singled out as a
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