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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
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Date: Saturday, July 18, 2015
MARIBAGO, CEBU, PHILIPPINES --- When the underwater world beckons you, then definitely you need to venture what lies beneath. 
Such was the contention of the participants for the Pundok HABAGAT Snorkeling and Discovery scuba Diving who really gave time to learn and discover new things. Starting off with Snorkeling, all of the participants were able appreciate equipment care, swim strokes, breathing techniques as well as the underwater life up close. Everyone was having a great time with the marine life.
A week after, Discovery Scuba Dive was in effect. It was the best way to experince underwater life in macro. Participants where able to learn the basics of diving, of breathing underwater, mask clearing, equipment familiarization, and most importantly, underwater hand signs. These things help out the beginners to enjoy underwater life without being hindered of air. At a depth of 6 meters at Kontiki Diver Resort in Maribago, each DSD participant had their fill of rich biodiversity, reef residents as well as stunning life changing creatures that only exist underwater. 
Each participant was able to learn how to trust their buddy, how to be calm in times of distress and how equalize as you go deeper. Each person learned the value of relaxation and enjoying life as it should be, this time, underwater.
More activities to look forward to in the coming months!