The Philippines is slowly integrating some ecofriendly innovations and for Earth Day, a solar-powered pavilion was unveiled, something made from 1,600 vegetable crates and old plastic bottles.
The Solar Pavilion will actually become the launching pad for another previous eco project better known as the Liter of Light, nighttime bulbs made from LED lights. To date about 150 locations all over the Philippines have been given the said lights.
The whole Solar Pavilion idea was made possible through the partnership of Stephen Lamb from Touching the Earth Lightly and Ilac Diaz from My Shelter Foundation.
The vision they share is to provide environmentally-friendly energy, food, and housing solutions which are affordable, something that got the support of celebrities like David de Rothschild and someone who attended the opening at Luneta Park in Manila.