Take a Stand, Be a Start!

By Maria Cecille Nagac                 Sendong, Pablo and Yolanda. These are just few of the typhoons that struck Philippines and made an unforgettable aftermath to the Filipinos. These typhoons especially Yolanda took thousands of lives in the Philippines, took every livelihood of some Filipinos affected and most of all gave the Filipinos the fear that…

Understanding climate change

By Sherrylyn Famador  Environment can survive without Humans, but it’s not the same case for Humans.     Understanding climate change Everything in this world, living or non-living thing is bound to evolve and change. It is the only constant thing in this world. If you have been living even half of your grandmother’s age,…

Demanding Much

By Ariana Cristille Pagdanganan If the supply decreases, the demand increases. This basic principle in economics holds true on addressing today’s one of the most pressing issues which is climate change. What causes this has always something to do with mankind’s day-to-day activities, consequently becoming unaware that they have already depleted the earth’s natural resources.…

Green Hero

By Sherrylyn Famador Since the primitive times, nature has been our only saviour. It gave us air, water, food, and shelter. Even without asking all of it, nature gives it all. Think about it, if it wasn’t for our forest, we wouldn’t have strong house foundations. Nature is our hero but sadly not all people…

Don’t Die on Me Cutie

By Ariana Cristelle Pagdanganan I happened to watch this video about polar bears on Animal Planet. It was aired on March 27, 2013 titled as “Polar Bears: Edge of Existence.” Being a big fan of anything cute, I found myself getting transfixed on how super cute and cuddly they looked. Putting their endearing attributes aside, I…