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Weathering the Storm: September 29-October 1, 2011    Dumaguete Climate Change Presentation

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With NORSU President Henry Sojor and NORSU Board of Regents Member,  Arlene Grino.

(Note: In trying to reconstruct my Climate Presentations list, Arlene Grino of MISSION Dumaguete sent me her report of the Climate Change Presentation Series I did in Dumaguete City. This originally appeared in the MISSION website on October 6, 2011.)

Last Thursday, at exactly 6:36 AM, our dynamic speaker Shiela ‘GORE’ Castillo texted me that she was boarding her Cebu Pacific flight. She was finally enroute to Dumaguete after missing the previous flight having been stranded at Calapan Port due to typhoon Pedring. Having moved the schedules twice, I was happiest to see her emerge from the airport’s arrival area. Shiela had plenty of time to prepare and freshen up for the first engagement: Silliman University, 10 o’clock AM, Assembly Hall.

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I’m a carbon cutter!

As an environmental communicator, I have always been conscious of my own impact to the earth. I try to reduce the waste I generate and manage my waste ecologically. I am a conscious buyer and green foodie, a vegetarian for more than a decade. When I became a climate presenter, I became more aware of my impact to the climate, no matter how small. Continue reading