ONE CONSEQUENCE of the global warming is the onset of climate change as a result of pollution. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration reported in an interview with DZMM that this April has the highest record of rain fall for the past five years.

Amid the scorching heat of the sun and the intermittent rains brought about by the changing climate, the Varsitarian asked some members of the Thomasian community how they can contribute to environmental protection.

How can you help save Mother Earth?

“Recycling and not buying illegal products like the dried coral reefs…”
– Dennese Victoria, Second Year Journalism

“Avoiding throwing trash anywhere,”
– Marc Cuaresma, Third Year Electronics and Communication Engineering

“Conserving energy by doing simple things like turning off lights if it is not in use”
– Joseph Javier, Fifth Year Architecture

“Keeping little pieces of your trash in the pocket until you find a trash can”
– Suzzane Molorito, Second Year Accountancy

“By not smoking, not only are you helping the environment, you are also helping yourself”
– Andrelyn Tumolva, Guard ,Tan Yan Kee Student Center Building

“Growing small plants at home”
– Wilfredo Sadiwa, Janitor, Tan Yan Kee Student Center Building

“Avoiding the use of styrofoam and supporting the styro- free campaign.”
– Manuel Arepentido, Office Staff, OCD

“Maintaining cleanliness, especially inside the buildings.”
– Imelda Mejia, Janitor, St. Raymunds Building

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