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The School of the SEA (Sea and Earth Advocates) is an experiential learning center focusing on the principles of marine conservation and of sustainable living. This was founded by the Law of Nature Foundation (LNF) in 2002. For the past several years, it has been very instrumental in changing the mindsets, attitudes, and practices of its student-visitors. It has been able to reach out to at least eight thousand participants, youth, teachers, lawyers, young professionals, LGU officials, and many more.
An eco-friendly philosophy can be adapted easily, and a lot of people are taking to the ecofriendly lifestyle - seen in their use of the many types of "green bags" when grocery shopping or going through their day-to-day activities.
With the invitation to 'switch off' extended to everyone, Earth Hour quickly became an annual global event. It's scheduled on the last Saturday of every March - closely coinciding with the equinox to ensure most cities are in darkness as it rolled out around the Earth. In 2011, the challenge became going Beyond the Hour - which is an invitation to further commit to lasting action on climate change
Starting Out by Junx Muaña (Posting Date: 07/18/2011)
"In this age of flashy high-tech and hard-sell marketing, the novice climber is usually led to buy more than he actually needs."
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First Paddle by Carlo Pez (Posting Date: 03/01/2011)
"The waves were still somewhat calm, and paddling was quite easy as we were going downwind. We were instructed to stay within a few kilometers from the shore but, at some points, the waves and our inexperience took us a bit farther out."
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This is the official list of the top three teams for each Carrera Habagat Adventure Race.
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Talinis by Norman Muaña (Posting Date: 04/18/1990)
"However, the magic of Talinis, the one thing that I hope it will be remembered for long after the climb, are its misty mountain lakes. Malinging… Nailig… Halawig… and Yagumyum. Musical names to soothe the ears. Sight for tired eyes. Refuge for weary souls. Home to the spotted deer, the wild boar, and the civet cat."
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