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Maricel Repunte 4 Comments I am for Nature. Everyone close to me, would know that. Perhaps, I am a born- environmentalist. And with earth as my element, the urge I felt is driven by my innate connection to the ground beneath me. So perhaps I could appropriately affirm that I am a child of the earth.
And what are those responsibilities? Trees provides oxygen for all living creatures. It gives home to countless different organisms and animals, provides us shade, take in the harmful CO2s, retain water so that erosion will be minimized, among others.
But wait, did the SM officials considered the amount of time these trees will need before they could eventually take its role? According to tree experts earth-balled trees has lesser probabilities of surviving. Obviously, us, the people.
While the rest goes to the environment, incurring greater damage to Mother nature and its other inhabitants. And not just for the shade that it provides or for the aid it gives in cleaning up the air, I had special affection for the trees.
Maybe because I was a squirrel or an owl in my past life. Or maybe, I was a tree myself. These lucky creatures stood the test of time and bore witness to the passing civilization.
Some were even older than Jesus himself. As a photography enthusiast, I took inspiration from what I see around me. Even little tender sprouts I saw in my garden or any changes I saw in the leaves of trees for me is a natural art worth of admiration.
If one gets amazed by a Boeing aircraft, how much more the flight of a free- flying Monkey-eating eagle in the wild? Afterall, whatever we do to nature will directly affect our only planet.
I guess, its proper to remind everyone again and again that while we uphold socio- economic development, it is likewise very important to stand our ground defending, preserving and sustaining the only planet we have.$ , was released by the government to the public due to UN collaboration and end-of-year donation the sum of $ 50, was sent to each card It is advisable that you contact us now to receive.
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Apr 13, · So if that’s the case, who then will take the gazzillion amount of harmful gases while these trees are preparing for its role in the future? Obviously, us, the people.
While the rest goes to the environment, incurring greater damage to Mother nature and its other inhabitants. 4 thoughts on “ The SM Baguio Eco War ” rommel. The witness was consulted by SMPH to study the Benguet pin and ainus trees in Luneta Hill and has examined the 82 of the subject hope none of the Save movers and supporters does anything stupid to protest the Court’s decision dismissing their case against SM Baguio.
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