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Celebrity Volunteers Push For Green Energy

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Actors Juddha Paolo, Diether Ocampo, and model Amanda Griffin are lending Greenpeace Philippines a hand with their current ‘Pilipinas, Go Renewable!’ campaign. The Renewable Energy Bill was already passed in the Philippines a few weeks ago, but the organization is pushing for even stronger green energy legislation, especially since the country is apparently not doing enough to explore other energy sources. Model, actress, and TV host Angel Aquino was also present at the event, working the solar café which was powered by, uh, yeah, obviously, solar energy outside the Philippine Senate building.
Last month, Juddha and Angel were also present at the installation of a solar power module at an elementary school in Oriental Negros.

I had the chance to interview Juddha for a local teen magazine a few years ago and he struck me as a pretty serious and insightful guy. He even mentioned wanting to do something good for the world, so it’s nice to see him actually working on campaigns like this.

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