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EndDanger: Eco Art and Music Fest

Eco Art & Music Fest Fundraiser Opens January 19 at Conspiracy Garden Café

Poster - EndDanger

Manila (December, 2012) – An art exhibit and music fest fundraiser for Save Philippine Seas’ Pawikan
Watchers program opens on January 19, 2013 at the Conspiracy Garden Café, Quezon City.

EndDanger, which features mixed media artworks from the group Artists for Nature and performances
from Flying Ipis, Extrapolation, and other music bands, calls attention to the growing problem of animal
endangerment in the Philippines and encourages the community to get involved in conservation and
protection efforts.

Although gifted with a rich and biologically diverse ecosystem, from lush forests to a vibrant marine life,
our country’s natural resources have significantly dwindled over time. Animal species, in particular, are
under increasing threat from habitat destruction, pollution and commercial exploitation. Many are now
in the verge of extinction.

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When Less is More

When you have LESS of CARS running around even for a day then you have MORE of cleaner air.


The Pasig City Government invites every one to experience the Bike Day, Health Day, Carless Day. This commences on the 3rd of June 2012 and every Sunday thereafter at F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center, Brgy. San Antonio, Pasig City at 6:00 am.

Bike. Run. Skate. Walk. Exercise. Eat. Recycle.
Bonding time with family, friends and the community.

See you there.

Organized by Pasig City Mayor Bobby C. Eusebio and City Council through CENRO-TPMO with co-organizers: Brgy San Antonio, Ortigas Center Association Inc., Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities Center, Inc., Partnership for Clean Air, DENR, Firefly Brigade.

Please contact: Raquel C. Austria-Naciongayo (CENRO) / 09088800375
Lilia Samar at 628 4260/ 09215395081
Email Address:

Partners: The Law of Nature Foundation, Office of the Presidential Adviser on Climate Change, MMDA, ADB, The Rotary Club 3800, OCLP, ABMOCI, TIKLOP, Folding Bikes Pilipinas Wow Pinay, Pasig Host Lion’s Club (301-D2), CYCAD, Ateneo School of Government and other civil society groups
“Building a city for the people”

World Water Day 2012 : Regret and Resolve

I didn't know it was World Water Day yesterday until I read yesterday's paper today. Regrets.

World water day 2012 save water

It's not so bad as one I had when I came home one day and found my faucet running. Forgetfullness caused me accidental, unintentional neglect. I wasted water. I was guilty. From then on, I became more cautious to make sure all taps and even power consumers are off when we leave home. Resolve. We find ways to solve our problems and avoid new ones.

World Water Days aren't holidays of funfare. They are there to remind us of our responsibilities.We SHOULD and we, actually, CAN do something.

The UN cites a few examples of what we can do: "follow a healthier, sustainable diet; consume less water-intensive products; reduce the scandalous food wastage: 30% of the food produced worldwide is never eaten and the water used to produce it is definitively lost!produce more food, of better quality, with less water." 

Learn more about the world's water situation, visit the United Nation's Website:

UN World Water Day Website

View pictures as contributed by the Guardian, click:

World Water Day Photos from the Guardian


A green earth cannot be possible without water. Learn Green. Love Green. Live Green. 



 Surely God is my salvation;    I will trust and not be afraid. The LORD, the LORD himself, is my strength and my defense;    he has become my salvation.”  With joy you will draw water    from the wells of salvation.

Isaiah 12:2-3




Marcus Evans

Large Scale International up Coming Conference
Date: 5th to 7th March 2010
Venue: InterContinental Grand Stanford, Hong Kong


For details of the Conference follow this link:

General Inquiries: Esther Wong -

Overview of the Event from 

The epitome of Vertical Cities is an integration of buildings within a city life with important sociocultural implications. Vertical Cities is a collaboration of typical high-rise forms which includes retail malls and multi-use towers that stack and mix commercial, retail, and residential functions.

In a congested city, the main concerns are designing of sustainable high density built environments where the problems of urban sprawl, traffic congestion and pollution have threatened the prospects of biodiversity, greenery, livability and general well-being of the inhabitants. The solution to cope with high density cities is to build upwards. In the past, many countries have deployed tall buildings as a way to solve urban problems, while at the same time creating national identity for the country through a powerful skyline. Vertical cities are now a sought-after urban habitat in upcoming cities. Vertical cities are seen as the only solution to achieving economies of scale and to address issues pertaining to space, high land prices and density challenges.


First Coron Environmental Forum

“A Call for Action and Cooperation”


THEME: Towards Sustainable Coron in the next Millennium November 8-9, 2011 The FIRST CORON ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM will be held on November 8-9, 2011 at Busuanga Island Paradise to convene the public and private tourism stakeholders of Coron and Calamianes with distinguished line up of Resource Persons from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, AIT-RRCAP-UNEP, international Sustainable Tourism & Hospitality consultant as well as esteemed Environmental NGOs to enlighten on Ecological, Coastal and Marine Resources responsibilities and experiences.

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i-rEcover. I-rEcycle

Donate your old mobile phones and help save Philippine tarsiers

I recover i recycle

Nokia,Globe Telecom, Ayala Foundation and Philippine Tarsier Foundation partner to spearhead recycling project aimed at supporting efforts to save local endangered species

In an effort to help create awareness on the importance of saving the environment and its endangered species, Nokia, together with Globe Telecom, Ayala Foundation and the Philippine Tarsier Foundation Inc. (PTFI), today announced their partnership that aims to raise funds to help preserve the local tarsier through a mobile phone recycling program.

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FLOW: SurfYogaSamba Goes Raw

The long holiday weekend is coming and it's high time we make plans. Where should we be off to? The GREEN LIFESTYLE is FUN and not just enriching (as if that isn't enough). Go see what our friends have come up with for us:

FLOW:SurfYogaSamba Goes Raw
a surf yoga samba and raw food weekend retreat



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Green Philippines 2011


FREE ENTRANCE TO THE EXHIBIT --- now that's just one reason not to miss this event.

Green Philippines 2011 shall introduce us, show us, teach us, and allow us to see and even, for some, experience, what "green" is all about. Green Philippines 2011 is about green lifestyle. It's about green building. It's about green energy. It's about green manufacturing. And it's about the greening of the Philippines: how sustainability can be achieved, in what way, and at what cost.

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