Will Earth survive Hundred Years from Now?

12:12 AM

I missed visiting my blog for almost four days, but it's all right since there was an important matter that I have attended to. It might sound boring, but in reality it is what the world's one of the major concerns: Solid and Hazardous Waste Management.

Little we realize that the more we play stupid and ignorant in throwing our garbage the more we sacrifice our future. We don't act unless we experience the worst.

Last December 4-5, Thursday and Friday, I have attended the Solid and Hazardous Waste Management in Cebu City, Philippines. Admittedly, I am aware of the pollution, garbage, environmental problems, but not on the deepest issue about it. Most of us don't know exactly why we need to properly dispose garbage and the effects of letting solid and hazardous waste thrown everywhere and anywhere.

In Philippines alone, most, if not all, of the communities fails to segragate their garbage from biodegradable to non-biodegradable. And surprisingly, the answer for this failure is the traditional way of disposing garbage. Filipinos are accustomed to throwing all kinds of garbage in just one trash bin irregardless if it's biodegradable or non-biodegradable and some letting a candy wrapper freely flying when in fact they could have place it properly in a trash bin. And not only Filipinos do this, believe me.

For better understanding of this this, let's watch a video from a 12-year-old girl then that speaks for her generation's future during the 1992 UN Earth Summit. This video has been shared during Cebu Link's event, Solid and Hazardous Waste Management at Casino de Espanol.

Let's recycle! :)

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