Moving towards a greener Earth

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

ABREEZA of the Ayala Malls, in partnership with Marketing Mix Events, once again mounts a campaign for a greener Earth with the Davao Eco Fair on April 21-27, 2014.

The fair is in line of the Earth Day celebration last April 22, 2013 where millions of people around the world joined the global drive towards a sustainable future.

The week-long Davao Eco Fair will showcase unique products made of natural or recycled materials and environment-friendly services that are geared towards a sustainable lifestyle.


The exhibit is a mix of functional everyday products and services that provide a greener alternative to the ones made of synthetic materials and produce substantial toxic residual waste.

In the food category, one can choose from healthy and organic food, natural juices, chocolate beverages and spices.

Caring for your body is a lot easier with herbal remedies for common ailments and natural beauty products that are safe for you and the environment.

Functional decor and accessories made of wood, shells and other natural materials offer great and colorful accents to your summer wardrobe at very reasonable prices.

Even the handyman around the house can find more efficient and eco-friendly options for lighting and water systems at the Eco Fair.

A new entrant in the line of eco products is a project of the Rotaract Club of Munting Pag-asa which promotes recycling through its "tarp bags" made of used tarpaulin streamers and banners. With all the green alternatives available at the Eco Fair, one can really see that green living is not really that difficult. Taking the first step in committing to care for the earth through sustainable living is the crucial part.

So visit the Eco Fair this week and make your stand for the Earth today!

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on April 23, 2014.


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