Global warming is a war that has to be fought and with the help of most people it can be achieved. Of course, by everyone, this includes that of the children who are hearing about global warming but do not have any idea on what it really is.
Thanks to the efforts of some people, kids are getting educated on what threats and expectations will be lurking around with the impending global warming catastrophe. A lot is at stake and for kids who want a brighter future, they can do their own part as well if they are made aware and guided to what they have to do.
Some of the city’s public schoolchildren learned something new about modern warfare while listening to US Ambassador to the Philippines Kristie Kenney read a story about Filipino “eco-warriors” who fight global warming.
Kenney was the latest guest reader of the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Read Along program, which was sponsored this time by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the US Department of Energy on its first out-of-town session at SM City Baguio on Wednesday.
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