Rainbow Warrior challenged General Joana to be a Greenpeace Cyberactivist
I was like a kindergarten student who was so eager to go on a field trip. Together with the SOX Bloggers, Paul and I went to the Makar Wharf one Sunday morning to meet Rainbow Warrior, the Greenpeace flagship.
With the SOX Bloggers
Early on, I made a choice to set aside lofty expectations about the trip and the ship. When we arrived, there were other eager “trippers” lining up for their turn. The SOX Bloggers were ushered by Leah Guerrero, Greenpeace Communication officer, to the ship’s upper deck. I just allowed the curiosity in me to savor every information that was dished out to us by the accommodating crew.
My eagerness showed. I was like a 7-year old Girl Scout trapped in a 38-year old body.
Aboard the Rainbow Warrior, interesting stories were told.
Little did I know that the General in me would be awakened by the Warrior as I listen to her stories of courage and determination. The Rainbow Warrior reminded me that we can do something about our environment.
With my inspiration and mentor in blogging, Sir Avel Manansala of Bariles Republic
The Rainbow Warrior sails around Southeast Asia to “urge governments to take immediate and decisive action to combat climate change.” I could not ignore the call “to help make positive change happen.” (Find out more at www.greenpeace.org/seasia)
There are a lot of practical things that we can do.
We can research on necessary, beneficial and practicable steps that we can implement.
We can start at home.
We can influence others.
If we come together in unity, we can surely turn the tide!
We can turn the tide!
I made a commitment to do my part in saving our planet. How about you?
Photos courtesy of Mosler Paul Lapore.
Thank you, my Piao, for capturing the moments!