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Rolling Out The Green Carpet

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After ages of waiting, An Inconvenient Truth was finally shown here in the Philippines last week, and it seemed like it was the week for that particular film. WWF Philippines sponsored the movie’s November 21 and 22 screenings at the SM Mall of Asia, while Greenpeace Philippines held theirs on November 22 at SM Megamall. Greenpeace volunteers like Angel Aquino and Juddha Paolo were present, as were actor Christopher De Leon and his wife, actress Sandy Andolong and mountain climber Romi Garduce.

No, I didn’t spot any of these celebrities. Yes, I completely failed to attend these events. *hangs head in shame* On the plus side, I saw the movie over a month ago on a plane, though I doubt watching it by myself on a little screen is the same as watching it in a movie theater with lots of other hopefully keen and green people.

Image © Greenpeace / Ella Inventor

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