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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
Adventure Mall Challenge Awaits Racers this May 30!
Date: Thursday, May 28, 2015
This race is designed as an introductory of how an adventure race is being done. Though different from the adventure race itself, still racers will have to experience a certain level of difficulty and need to analyze the route and task given to compete with other racers in a very limited time. Fun, yet extreme, the racers will have to treat each discipline seriously for them to finish. 
By definition, Adventure Racing, where the adventure challenge was derived, is a combination of two or more endurance disciplines, including orienteering ( if an orienteering map is used) and or navigation (when non-orienteering maps are used), cross-country running, mountain biking, paddling and climbing and related rope skills. An expedition event can span ten days or more while sprints can be implemented in a matter of hours. 
Adventure Racing historically required teams to be of a specified size and to include both men and women, but many races no linger restrict team size and include single-sex divisions. Some include age-based categories. 
The HABAGAT Adventure Challenge aims to implement fun yet adrenaline filled tasks that need to be completed in a given time frame. These challenges will test your endurance, strategy and of course, test your limits and let you enjoy the beauty of competing against others and against yourself. 
Are you ready? Get your gears and yourselves ready as we brace for another Adventure Challenge at Ayala Centrio!