Have you noticed? Summer is over but we can still feel the heat. It’s not summer heat. It’s that irritating kind of heat under a weather that we expect to be rainy or, if not, a lot cooler than in April and May. It’s August, after all. The El Niño has been forecasted to happen and we’re experiencing it. And it seems that it will be quite a long time for this phenomenon to subside. To cope, here are some practical tips for you. But first here’s what El Niño is about.
The 5th year civil engineering students of the University of San Carlos (USC) and University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) and Mega Cebu have conducted brainstorming sessions to choose project studies that will address the infrastructure problems in local government units from Carcar City to Danao City.
Many of us are now consumers of renewable energy. This energy comes from resources that are naturally replenished on a human timescale, including sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. These replace conventional fuels to electricity generation, motor fuels, and rural (off-grid) energy services. Renewable energy is widely used. In fact, about 16 percent of global final energy consumption comes from renewable resources, according to Renewables 2011: Global Status Report.