Covid-19 is a wake-up call
Much has already been said about the Covid-19 pandemic. However, this is also an opportune time to reflect on it through an ecological and spiritual perspective. This post does not
Sky bike lanes to reduce private cars on the road by 24 to 33%
Majority of Metro Manila residents favor sky bike lanes [Note: This is a repost of my article, which was also published in Linkedin. This article is based on (with many portio
8th International Symposium & Exhibition on the Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plant Sites
Hello friends and visitors! I am happy to announce the 8th International Symposium & Exhibition on the Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plant Sites (M
Thanks, Pasig City for the protected bike lane in Julia Vargas!
This is my first post for 2018 so I want this to be about something that is close to one of my advocacies. 🙂 As many people close to me know, I promote biking as an alternative
Cultural heritage: When tourism intersects with culture
Reflections on cultural heritage and sustainable tourism [Note: This is a paper that I had submitted in ENRM 257 – Sustainable Tourism Development, through FIC Ivan Anthony Hena
Book Tour of Gelber (Greenest Person on the Planet, 2008)!
Hello dear readers! I met Matthias Gelber recently and pledged to help him promote his book, The GreenMan’s Guide to Green Living and Working. Being able to listen to
The winds brought me here – thoughts on clean energy (and why a Laguna + Rizal weekend is a must!)
[Note: This post is in three parts. The second and third parts are more personal in nature but the first part will be better contextualized in the second part while Part 3 will be