Tag Archives: Blog

As Small as a Seed, As Mighty as a Tree

July 2, 2020

This article is one of the winning works chosen from Youth as Keepers of the Forest, a writing workshop conducted in partnership with Edukasyonph for university students in Bukidnon  I spent my early years in Cebu, a busy city of cars and...

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Bukidnon, My Home

July 2, 2020

This article is one of the winning works chosen from Youth as Keepers of the Forest, a writing workshop conducted in partnership with Edukasyonph for university students in Bukidnon Roosters crow as the sun begins to rise  This has become...

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A Bittersweet Splash of Truth

April 13, 2020

This article is one of the winning works chosen from Youth as Keepers of the Forest, a writing workshop conducted in partnership with Edukasyonph  for university students in Bukidnon  It was a Saturday morning I woke up to the sound of...

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My Home

April 2, 2020

This article is one of the winning works chosen from Youth as Keepers of the Forest, a writing workshop conducted in partnership with Edukasyonph  for university students in Bukidnon  The rain bathed the land last night The sun is now...

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BFF Blog: Nurturing Seeds for Change

August 14, 2018

by Jen Horn of MUNI, Best Friend of the Forest What makes a person aspire to create more positive change in the world And how can we create a society or culture that enables and empowers people to be more mindful of their personal impact - and...

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BFF Blog: What On Earth Have We Done?

April 23, 2018

By: Dr Gideon Lasco, Best Friend of the Forest What on Earth have we done Earth Day is a timely opportunity for us to take this question literally and reflect on our collective and individual impact on our planet Collectively, we know that all...

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Harden Not Your Hearts: A Holy Week Eco-Reflection

March 25, 2018

By: Sister Elizabeth "Bing" Carraza of URGENT Climate change has become a heavy cross for Mother Earth It has long been discussed but we’re not getting any closer to solving it Instead, the trajectory of change is nearing irreversible...

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