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Cool the Planet!

finding nemo
Friday, November 10, 2006

Aspiring film maker and frustrated skateboarder Jennifer "Jed" Benitez shares her SolarGeneration Pilipinas experience during the launch of Greenpeace's Pilipinas, Go Renewable! at Apo Island, Dauin, Negros Occidental.

One of the perks of advocating in "saving the world," as a youth, with such a warped mind puffed up with hormones, views and provocation, it is important for me, for all of us, to have a voice.. empowerment... share in this sadistic world, a place to unearth the eternal search for purpose and meaning.

And in comes Solar Generation. SolarGen finds positive ways and means in promoting clean and renewable energy, amazing people advocating the usage of wind, solar power for a sustainable energy for the future. Basically, it is for a GOOD cause... and no, it's not about the money.

Thanks to SolarGen, and Albert, who took a chance in believing in me and my potential to take action in the installing a Solar Panel in the Apo Elementary School Library. Goes to show the effectiveness of the quote, one step for man; a giant leap for mankind. This proves that it takes little ways to make big changes. This is one of SolarGen's goals in highlighting the urgent need of remedies for Climate Change and Global Warming.

Not only did I have an instant vacation but I get to improve the kids' welfare and education, did the most awesome things like swimming with the fishies and I freakin' found Nemo!!! Freaked out a bit with the fact that I was inches to the precious corals...

Wait, there's still more haha.. went up to the old lighthouse and seeing that solar panels are being used there too and i get to meet and acquainted with hot celebrities like Angel Aquino and Juddha Paolo.. (He still owes us a pic..cool cam btw, Juddha... :)

Photos courtesy of Solar Generation Pilipinas.

posted by dyabayns @ 12:29 PM,


At 4:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Ms Jed

Why frustrated skateboarder? Is it harder than rollerskates?



At 12:05 PM, Anonymous jona said...

ang ganda ng piktyur with the tree and the three girls. gusto ko tuloy mag-beach!


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