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Romano Santos
It started as a whisper. First the adults started saying it. Only in small groups.  Biting their tongue before they were sure that it was okay. That people would understand. What is it anyway? Kids say it, too. Some of them learned it at school. Now it’s on everybody’s tongue. Everybody’s Facebook feed. Everybody’s Instagram...
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It’s easy easier to practice mindfulness when you’re sitting on your yoga mat in the middle of an airconditioned room with meditation music playing in the background. When you’re in stop-and-go traffic, waiting for your delayed flight to board, or trying to find your way around a crowded tourist spot? It’s a little harder. Between taking photos...
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With the season of giving just around the corner, these local brands and advocacies can help you do good whether you’re booking your next getaway and planning your next meal or decorating your living space and gift shopping for loved ones. (Some of these might not have anything to do with vacations and gift-giving, but they’re...
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The fight for environmental sustainability, inclusive business practices, and locally produced goods is tough – but it’s not lonely. In BPI Sinag, BPI Foundation gathers a group of the country’s up and coming social enterprises for weeks of sharing and learning, planning and developing, and pitching and funding. Now on it its fourth year and with the help of Bayan...
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The fight for environmental sustainability, inclusive business practices, and locally produced goods is tough – but it’s not lonely. In BPI Sinag, BPI Foundation gathers a group of the country’s up and coming social enterprises for weeks of sharing and learning, planning and developing, and pitching and funding. Now on it its fourth year and with...
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Lately it seems like everyone and everything is making an effort to be more sustainable. We’re (finally) becoming more conscious of how we impact the world, and it’s showing in things like zero-waste kits, eco-fashion, and…travel? How can travel be sustainable? Travel, with all its beauty and benefits, can easily come with quite a few...
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While we love our metal straws, reusable totes, and stainless steel water bottles, we also love having a little bread left in the bank. Let’s face it – going zero waste costs money! Sure, it might be cheaper in the long run, but there’s no denying it takes some initial investment. Going zero waste, however,...
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As a social enterprise working with marginalized communities and travelers from all around the world, we almost always get guests asking how they can do more to help. Most times the help they have in mind is the easiest and most immediate kind – simple conventional donation of old clothes, packaged food products, and other...
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As the great prophet, Drake, once said – “Started from the bottom now we here.” If you’ve ever tried writing a monthly report at the end of a lazy month, you know how difficult it is to make something out of nothing. Now imagine staring at 3,000 hectares of volcanic ash and wanting to grow...
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If friends from abroad visited tomorrow and wanted the most unique, authentic, and beautiful Philippine experience, would you know where to take them? Many of us are enamoured with the world outside our own. The villas of Bali, the streets of Japan, the markets of Vietnam. If we’re not busy ticking off every TripAdvisor recommendation...
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