Since the fault line takes every 400 to 600 years to have a disturbance, then we are due for another big one in about four decades. Continue reading The West Valley Fault line and why we should care
I am not anti-progress, nor am I anti-business. But if in the process, certain lives and livelihood will be sacrificed, I am definitely going to have to do something about it in my own small way. By sharing this video with you, I hope you will ask the same questions I have in my mind and do your part: is this nickel mining operation legal? … Continue reading Benefit of the doubt for the people of Alangan
I woke up early despite having slept for only 4 hours from the previous night’s new year revelry. Then again, sleep has never been my ally. So this first morning of 2010 has nothing new to offer…or so I thought. I swept the floor of the house from the second floor down. Then I swept the garage and the front patio. Next chore was to … Continue reading Day 1, 2010
The first e-shuttle system in Quezon City was launched yesterday in Araneta Center. Customers can take the free ride offered by the four environment friendly shuttles, which will go around the Ali Mall-Gateway route. Araneta Center is the first to comply with the QC government’s eco-awareness provisions — in fact way before the policy is enforced. Kudos to Araneta for this green initiative! Continue reading Free Green & Go E-shuttle ride at Araneta Center
We used to tease a colleague for keeping used plastic bags under her office desk.I take part in the teasing, though I do it as a form of endearment. I, myself, try to keep my plastic bag usage to a minimum. So, to that friend and colleague, you might be interested in this bit of news from our Congress: Report by Dino Maragay (Philstar News … Continue reading Blast those plastic bags!