electric tricycles

tricycles r nasty rides emitting a lot of pollution….coz motorcycles r made 2transport 2pple & not 4 or more. electric trikes r a better option indeed. no emission & less cost. wat else do u want?

tis s how u prevent pollution!

air pollution at cagayan de oro city

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Map of Misamis Oriental showing the location of Cagayan de Oro (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

last march 18, 2012; i was at d gardens of malasag eco-tourism village when i chanced upon the black smoke being emitted by a gothong ship liner & chimney of a factory somewhere in d low lying area of cdo. tis emissions really ruined d nice scenery of macajalar bay. hope the dept. f environment & natural resources office in cdo is monitoring tis kind of emissions….d denr ofc is located up in d mountain of malasag…surely dey can see tis pollution too….ooops…march 18th was a sunday! no¬†office¬†work 4denr employees….

d question is….how can we stop d pollution?

no smoking!

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in case u crave 4a cigarette w/in d city of taguig…..better be prepared….dey don’t sell any tobacco products der anymore!

hoooray 4d d political will of d pple in taguig!

tis s d best no smoking policy ever!

solar bulbs


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talkin bout cheap day lighting techniques….towards a low carbon society…re-using empty soda plastic bottles is not a bad idea, they last a hundred years anyway…

day lighting s using no artificial lights when d sun is shinning! definitely saves money!

The Majestic Plastic Bag – A Mockumentary

do u know wer most plastic wastes end up? follow d trail man…..check it out!

The economic injustice of plastic

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Van Jones lays out a case against plastic pollution from the perspective of social justice. Because plastic trash, he shows us, hits poor people and poor countries “first and worst,” with consequences we all share no matter where we live and what we earn. At TEDxGPGP, he offers a few powerful ideas to help us reclaim our throwaway planet.

bag d bag

Example of an American grocery store aisle.

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bring ur own bag 2d market or grocery store! drop d plastic bag……check out tis nice video fr nat’l geo….

little green man

cheap oil?
cool stuff?

how bout pollution?
how bout living things dying coz of it?
who cares?

check out tis video……

hapi earth day!

lotz of pple want material things in life…..in fact, dey want more than what dey really need (tnx parly 2d power of t.v. & advertisements)! over consumption is really bad 4d environment…..

but again, der r also pple who want a better world…….hope more pple will……

low carbon society 2050 scenario

Save Planet Earth

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Background of the Scenario Report

Whether by conscious choice or more coincidence, the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation‘s Center of Technology Foresight (APEC CTF) couldn’t have picked a better venue for its scenario workshop to systematically anticipate and manage impacts from the changing climate. The world-class tourist destination of Patong Beach in Phuket was one of the hardest hit human settlements by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Although the catastrophe did not have climate change connections, the tsunami that took some 230,000 lives across Asia serves as a reminder that we have to be better prepared for and increasing rate and magnitude of natural disasters due to the climate change consequences predicted by science.

Human societies have always been climate dependent, but we are only now coming to grips with the fact that our climate also depends on us. As the second decade of the 21 century gets underway, we now recognize that we are faced with two challenges created by our ever-increasing emissions of greenhouse gasses. First, the atmosphere is warming, setting the stage for a host of problems from droughts, extreme weather events, coastal erosion and inundation, to which we have to adapt. And second, we must begin implementing strategies to slow down our greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate the scale of these impacts while putting in place corresponding adaptation measures.

Theses challenges are particularly problematic for countries and economies in the Asia Pacific. On the one hand, the region is slated to face some of the greatest climate related impacts relative to other regions of the world. On the other, developing economies in the region will see substantial expansions of their middle-classes and the greenhouse gas emissions their lifestyle generate.

2download d scenario report pls. follow d link below (files kinda big bout 62meg):
low carbon society_report_scenario

4more info visit d site: http://www.lcs2050.com/

low carbon society scenario workshop international working group

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