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malapascua-island-ocean-clean-up

We started 2019 in a good way.My friends from Litterless PH and Orca Freedivers Philippines organized an Ocean Clean Up in Malaspascua Island, Cebu. It was a great way to start the new year and definitely a good way to make a small (or maybe big) impact to our environment.It is a cause that we all support and we believe in.Everyone was so hyped to participate in this Ocean Cleap Up!We teamed up with the government officials in Malapascua who were very supportive and they provided us a boat for transport and a place to spend…

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meet-nadia-traveling-with-minimal-impact

Another Mermaid Tales that I want to share with you.This girl has been exposed to so many different cultures and environments, and she has grown a deeper appreciation for the environment. That’s why the focus of her blog is about Ethical Traveling. It will be about traveling with minimal impact, enjoying different cultures and allowing nature to blossom simultaneously.Get to know her advocacy. Read on!Tell us a bit about yourselfHi! My name is Nadia, I currently run a blog called Nomadic Nerd. I’m in love with travelling and exploring and I’m a huge…

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mermaid-tales-meet-paula-beauty-and-brain

Tell us a bit about yourself.I’m Paula, I used to think I was a sea turtle but since no one would believe me, I just became a Rebel Mermaid and Miss SCUBA International 2013 First Runner up. Kidding aside, I am a social enterprise & crypto enthusiast, community builder, and a public speaker.  A self-confessed tech geek, who is highly involved in the startup scene with years of experience in growing communities. Also, currently the Chapter Director for Startup Grind Cebu, Couchsurfing Manila moderator, a 2030 Youth Force of the Philippines Representative for Central Visayas, a Climate…

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mermaid-tales-meet-jillien

Just this year, I told myself to commit to making good habits. One of these is not using straws. I know that it is bad for the environment, and it is totally useless, and obviously human beings can live without it. But half a year later, I am still struggling and failing to commit to give up plastic straw. But every time I saw my friend posts on how she did it every single day in instagram, she inspired me to strive and push myself more.My boyfriend, gave me this idea to interview her in my blog and to…

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