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Run-for-a-Cause: Does it Really Care About the Philippine’s Environment?

Why do we have floods in many parts of Metro Manila during rainy and typhoon months? Why is there smog in the skyline of Metro Manila even on ordinary days? In many provinces in the Philippines, why are there sudden flash floods, landslides, and fish kills on lakes and rivers? These are some of the questions that arise when the after-negative-effects are already felt by the citizens of the Philippines. When death toll is horribly a huge number, people start complaining and blaming one another. Of course, the sympathy is there for those who have lost their love ones. The “bayanihan” is always there.

On the Photos: People Running and Biking in Clean Environments




Environmental tragedies, whether big or small, are undeniably happening in this country every year. Philippines is visited by more than 20 typhoons each year. The huge number of casualties, damage to properties, and impact to natural resources are always there. But, isn’t pollution that is the main culprit on these environmental d…