Countries With Clean And Healthy Rivers We Could Draw Inspiration From

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

Every river is important geologically, biologically, historically, and culturally. They are vital carriers of water and nutrients to areas all around the earth. But unfortunately, most of our rivers nowadays are not given proper care. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be as polluted and unhealthy as it is now.

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The Leading Causes Of Water Pollution

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

Water pollution is one of the biggest problems our country, Philippines, is facing. Countless plans and efforts had been exerted by numerous government and non-government organizations and private individuals to answer this problem. But unfortunately, until now it has not been resolved.

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The Importance of Planting Trees In Urban Areas

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

Planting trees is very important but this important fact has been abused and taken for granted.

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Six Things You Could Do While Stuck in Traffic

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | AB Communication Intern

How often have you been stuck in a traffic jam? If you are a daily commuter, then you must be too familiar with the long lines of cars that would take up couple of minutes to move an inch and another couple of minutes to get you on your destination.

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The Youth’s Role In Disaster Risk Reduction And Management

With all the natural disasters and calamities struck in Cebu and its neighboring cities and provinces in the past few years — the 7.2 magnitude earthquake in 2013 and Typhoon Haiyan (Bagyong Yolanda) in 2013, to name a few— these left most of the adult frightened while most of the youth traumatized.

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The Importance Of Having A Child-friendly Street In Metro Cebu

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | AB Communication Intern

When can we say that a street is child-friendly? Do the posters and tarpaulins, saying that this is a child-friendly street, posted on every corner of the street enough to convince you?

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