There is power in unity! The People’s Climate March has initially won. Thousand of Earth advocates came and responded to … Continue reading People’s Climate March: a walk towards a cleaner Earth
The life of senile coconut trees do not end after its fruit-bearing years. In fact, countless of products and benefits can still be derived from them even as they are felled. Every part of the coconut tree, from its root to the tip of its leaves, has its own uses to humans, animals, and the environment. It is important, then, to maximize their potentials, minimize our waste at landfills, and help reduce carbon footprints. Continue reading Making senile coconut trees productive
Survivors of super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) that hit Eastern Visayas, Philippines in November 2013 have now start rebuilding their lives. … Continue reading Yolanda survivors stitch life back up again
When you buy a Compassion bag, you give a multi-functional school bag to a typhoon child survivor. Survivors of super … Continue reading Courage: keeping Yolanda children survivors afloat
Sweet potato, or kamote (camote) in the Philippines, may be considered the “poor man’s diet” in developing nations because it is … Continue reading Kamote: a “poor man’s diet”?
Tomorrow, December 16, starts the official observance of Christmas season, which will last until the Epiphany, or during the commemoration … Continue reading Misa de Aguinaldo: what do you wish for?