This is a brief story of how two (2) surfers cleaned the ocean floor of garbage. Their story will surely inspire us. Earthniversity considers this initiative as one of the World’s Best Practices which other local government units globally can practice in their local levels. As what we used to say here on Earthniversity, “Everyone … Continue reading
Located in the city of Silay, Balaring Mangrove Park is a coastal reforestation program of the city government of Silay in cooperation with the Japanese group called “Ikaw-Ako Japan – Negros Partnership for Environment Protection”. The partnership was made possible through Professor Yorihisa Goto of Nihon Fukushi University and Lieutenant Yunichuro Doi an officer of … Continue reading
Earthniversity wishes everyone a peaceful and progressively green new year full of love and innovative ideas to preserve and conserve our planet Earth. Photo credit: Henry C. Libo-on at Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda Islands.
One of the most effective ways to prevent future damage on the coastal areas of any island anywhere in the world is by planting mangroves on the coastlines. There are 7,641 islands in the Philippines and each one faces a different challenge every time there is a storm and much worse, if there is a … Continue reading
Have a snippet into one of the secrets of gold mining activity in the Philippines. Who benefits? Who loses? Is this acceptable? Be the one to judge. Just click the link to read the entire story. http://www.manilatimes.net/79-gold-mined-ph-smuggled-hk-4-2b-p200b-2005-2015/313552/ Reference: R.D. Tiglao of The Manila Times.
This holiday season, we wish you a joyous celebration wherever you are in the world. Our prayer is for everyone to live in peace and harmony with all the creatures of the planet. Seems not plausible in some instances but we keep a positive mind that many things can happen when people gather together to … Continue reading