A number of magazines you would see in the stalls are either bannering "Green Issue" or some other phrase of similar leaning. This has been a noticeable trend which goes true with other media, print or not: GREEN IS "IN" and GREEN is "RED HOT".
I'll present here some of them which I have read through.
Indeed, it is very encouraging for us all. It's something to grin about.
Media provides a barometer of societal change. The reading currently says that there is buoyant pressure lifting the demand for green knowledge in many people’s many aspects of life: in fashion, in architecture, in construction, in cars, in interior design, in politics, in economy, in enterprises, in the arts, in education, in health, and almost all else.
Having the Philippines well in the know of why green matters and how to live actual green lives will definitely benefit us all. Filipinos will aspire to minimize their carbon footprints. Filipinos will aim to lower the life cycle cost of what they build, or buy things based on least life cycle costs, not just on upfront purchase costs. What are carbon footprints and life cycle costs? This they will get to know through the many issues that now abound. Filipinos will be educated; and thus, eventually:
will be more conscious of their activities and their effects on the environment;
will be more inquisitive and meticulous purchasers, studying the ingredients that make up the stuff they buy; and
will be more conservative and less wasteful in summary.
Green issues are here, there and everyplace they sell magazines. It’s a great sight to see. It’s a bright future I see.
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