EnviroYouth #1: Bring Your Own Tumbler

EnviroYouth aims to involve the youth about ways on how the youth can help the environment in the simplest of ways. One of the goals of this is to create a habit for the environment among the youth that in turn would transform them to be agents of change through the habits that they do.

Taking care of the environment DOES NOT solely lie in the hands of environmental organizations or the government, but it is the responsibility of each and every human being. We all should take care of the habitat that we live in, because it is us who will also reap the benefits or the consequences of the actions that we do for our environment.

Our first topic for EnviroYouth is: Bring Your Own Tumbler!
In other words, magbaon ka ng sarili mong lalagyan nag tubig, kaysa bumili ng bottled water

Tumblers can be found anywhere and comes in different sizes and shapes

So ano maidudulot ng pagdadala ng sariling tumbler?

1) Mas makaka-tipid ka kaysa sa bumili ng bottled water. Isipin ninyo:
– Ang P100, katumbas niyan ay 3 litrong tubig kapag sa mga convenience store.
– Pero! Mas masusulit mo yung P100 , kapag ang binili ay yung mga 5 gallons na pang water dispenser. Dahil equivalent siya sa 15 gallons.

2) Makakatulong tayo sa pagbabawas ng mga basura na galing sa mga plastic bottles. Alam niyo ba naan 1.5 million tonnes ng plastic g ginagamit taon taon para makagawa ng mga disposable water bottles and container.

3) Maganda rin ang tumbler dahil may sense of style ka! Dito, mapapakita mo ang iyong personality! Marami kang pagpipipilian at makakahikayat ka rin ng iba

4) Siyempre, hindi lang tubig ang pwede sa tumbler! Pwedeng Juice, tea, o kaya kape at kung ano pang halo halo ang gusto mo ilagay! It is also very portable!

Muli, we encourage everyone to Bring Your Own Tumbler!

Dahil pag may tumbler ka, naka-tipid ka na, may tubig ka pa!

Bring your Own Tumbler

Taken from WWF-Philippines

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. saan po ako makakabili ng ganyang tumbler?

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