27 January 2011

San San Nail Polish Sea Green

San San Sea Green Nail Polish
As all my recent posts, these are backlogs from last year. I thought I lost these photos when I realized I saved them on my laptop and not the desktop. 

23 January 2011

The Global Warming Skeptics and The Great Global Warming Swindle

The documentary “The Global Warming Swindle” was made by Martin Durkin, an environmentalism skeptic. Durkin raises several points about the increasing awareness and militancy regarding environmental issues: 

1.) That the warming we are experiencing now is part of the Earth’s natural cycle
2.) Carbon Dioxide does not cause global warming; Carbon Dioxide is the product of global warming
3.) Global warming is not caused by human activity
4.) The Green Movement is a socio-economic and political plot. [1]

19 January 2011

15 January 2011

Philippines, REDD-y or Not?

Photo credits to http://www.asb.cgiar.org/drupal/content/redd-alert

REDD or Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation is a long term program to lower green house gases emitted from deforestation and forest degradation. Deforestation is the permanent removal of forests and withdrawal of land from forest use. Forest degradation refers to negative changes in the forest area that limit its production capacity. REDD puts value for the carbon stocks in forests. REDD Plus includes the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest carbon stocks giving incentives to those with relatively intact forest areas, such as developing countries, to take care of their land.

10 January 2011

Random Food Post

Serenitea Chicken Chop
There's a huge gap in the archives of my blog. I failed to for about 3 months. However, that does not mean I failed to document about things. I like to go to places and I like to sample dishes from that place, especially those unique at that particular place. I'd like to share some pictures of those things that I liked.

06 January 2011

Low Carbon, Green Growth in the Philippines

Korea’s Green Growth Policy is groundbreaking for East Asian countries. Korea is determined to pursue green growth by heavily investing green economy. It is now a model for other Asian countries who wish to pursue Green Growth. All other Asian countries ask, is it possible in our country?

The Role of Public Administration in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

Liljelund presents that climate change is related to the structure of human society and its relation to the environment. In this statement, politics is highly related to climate change. Climate Change is a public concern and therefore must be addressed by the public, particularly its largest institution, the government. By far, the government is the country’s largest organizations; encompassing and has the monopoly of legitimate violence to compel the public to follow its policies. The government has the strongest political power to introduce radical change needed in mitigating and adapting to climate change. 


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