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Kalikasan: The Environment

CLIMATE CRISIS

Watch this video and learn about the Climate Crisis going on around the world act now or it's to late, Help Save Mother Earth

 

The fate of the Adelie Penguins

Posted by Al Gore

There is an important lesson for us in the story of the Adelie penguins. In Antarctica, as elsewhere, subtle changes in the local environment can have devastating impacts on all the living beings that depend on it. As the global climate continues to change, we can expect to hear different versions of these kinds of impacts many times over.

 

Women in a warming world: Pioneers for change

Posted by Maggie L. Fox, President & CEO

Women aren’t just impacted by climate change; they’re also critical agents of change. As UNFCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres explains: “We are 50% of the population around the world and we represent more than 50% of the solution.”

Rescue Operation Part 2 during the Typhoon Pedring

Another Pictures Courtesy of KB Clemente a Nursing Student of Bulacan State University. During their Medical Mission in Calumpit Bulacan Philippines.

Rescue Operation in Calumpit Bulacan Philippines flooded Mc Aurthur Highway

 

See how high is the flood water in Mc Aurthur Highway

Calumpit Bulacan Philippines.

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What is Global Warming?

What is Global Warming?

Global Warming is a gradual warming of the Earth's atmosphere reportedly caused by the burning of fossil fuels and industrial pollutants due to greenhouse gases, leading to climate change and rising sea levels. Renewable energy, energy efficient buildings and sustainable travel are examples of ways to help avert the greenhouse effect.

 

Global Warming:  Natural or Manmade?

 

What is Climate Change?


Climate change is a change in the statistical distribution of weather over periods of time that range from decades to millions of years. It can be a change in the average weather or a change in the distribution of weather events around an average (for example, greater or fewer extreme weather events). Climate change may be limited to a specific region, or may occur across the whole Earth.

 

 

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