Fighting climate change
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Intense rainfall persisting over days, droughts threatening the farmlands and the farmers’ livelihood, continuously rising sea levels and alarming flashfloods – these are only some of the negative effects that the mankind has done to put the foundation of all life on Earth in the danger zone.
Fighting climate change. (2018, June 05). Manila Standard, p. C2.
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Climatic changes; Sea level changes; Flash floods; Global warming; Environmental conditions; Environmental impact; Weather; Environmental restoration; Conservation of energy; Waste disposal; Rainfall; Livelihoods; Fossil fuels; Deforestation; Carbon dioxide; Diseases; Hurricanes; Investments; Internet; Conservation of energy; Water conservation; Starbucks; Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC); Coca-Cola Philippines; Philippine Alliance for Recycling and Materials Sustainability; Ayala Land Inc.
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