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We try hard to remain a low profile as low as our Emissions...

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We are not seeking Government Help in Saving the planet. We don't ask what the Government can do, but what we can do for the Government; even if they are not asking for it.

For what do we gain if we prioritize the Government and lose the very environment we live in?...

No Government on earth deserves more care than the planet as a whole.

We are here to do only one thing... act as the Stewards of this earth.

We cannot do mischief on it after all things has been set in order.

We do not seek Governments Blessing to do this... since we have been commissioned by God since day 1 to do everything we can to save this earth.

The Green Technology Program is not about the love of personal material gain... it is about the love of the environment as a symbiotic element essential for the survival of humanity... for us to thrive in freedom, prosperity and health... to live without fear... and achieve total personal freedom for the majority.

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Cars may produce more climate-warming particles than previously thought

February 24, 2012 | Latest News

Black Carbon Belchers?

Pollution Monitoring: Cars may produce more climate-warming particles than previously thought
Department: Science & Technology
Keywords: black carbonsootmonitoringlaser spectral detectiondiesel enginesclimate change
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Gasoline-burning cars produce more black carbon than suspected, according to a new study
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Tiny particles known as black carbon can pack a heavy punch when it comes to climate change, by trapping heat in the atmosphere and by alighting atop, and melting, Arctic ice. With an eye toward controlling these emissions, researchers have tracked black carbon production from fossil fuel combustion in gasoline-burning cars and diesel-burning trucks. Once thought to be minor players, gasoline-burning engines could put out twice as much black carbon as was previously measured, according to new field methods (Environ. Sci. Technol., DOI: 10.1021/es2033845).
Black carbon particles, which come from many combustion processes, have become a focus this month of an international agreement to control climate impacts from short-lived but powerful actors such as methane, hydrofluorocarbons, and black carbon (C&EN, Feb. 20, page 8). The new findings could lead to controls on gas-burning vehicles, long considered to produce less black carbon than diesel-burning trucks and cars.
A team of Canadian government scientists stumbled upon the hidden black carbon emissions after deploying a new laser-based method to monitor soot and other tiny particles in the chaos of traffic. In 2010, John Liggio and his colleagues fromEnvironment Canada and the National Research Council Canada deployed the new device along highways around Toronto.
The instrument’s pulsed laser beam heats black carbon particles up to thousands of degrees Celsius, making them light up like “red-hot glowing charcoal,” says project leader Jeffrey Brook. A photometer measures the brightness of the particles to estimate their mass in real time. The team compared their device to a commonly used single-particle analyzer, known as SP2, which they set out at the same time.
The researchers followed 30 heavy-duty, diesel-burning vehicles and collected samples of their exhaust. They found that the trucks belched out levels of black carbon similar to those documented by prior studies.
While the scientists were chasing trucks, stationary monitors measured particles moving downwind of the same multi-lane highways. Video monitoring helped the team track the number and types of vehicles passing by. After measuring the mass of black carbon as it fluctuated over 17 days, the scientists compared those data with estimates of total black carbon based on expected black carbon emissions of diesel- and gasoline-burning vehicles. But their estimates always fell short of the actual black carbon measurements.
Gasoline-burning vehicles would have to emit more to take up the slack, the researchers concluded. They calculated that such vehicles must emit about 75 mg of black carbon per kilogram of fuel, about twice the amount that other scientists have reported and that the SP2 measured. They surmised that, unlike the new device, other methods miss tiny black carbon particles as small as 7 nm.
Researchers should be aware of the limitations of SP2, an instrument that is growing in popularity despite its lower sensitivity, says Dan Lack of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. However, other monitoring techniques such as absorption filters can track smaller particles, he says. For now, the discovery of a hidden well of black carbon holds true only for the team’s Toronto sites, he points out.
Mark Jacobson of Stanford University comments that if the results hold true elsewhere, they “imply an even greater urgency for taking measures to reduce particle emissions from vehicles.”

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California sets tough new clean car standards

Jeremy Hance
January 30, 2012

The U.S. state that takes climate change most seriously—California—has unanimously approved new rules dubbed the Advanced Clean Cars program to lower carbon emissions, reduce oil dependence, mitigate health impacts from pollution, and save consumers money in the long-term. According to the new standards, by 2025 cars sold in California must cut greenhouse gas emissions by 34 percent and smog emissions by 75 percent. The program will also require 15.4 percent of all cars sold in California to be zero or near-zero emissions by 2025.

"[The Advanced Clean Cars Program will] cut dangerous air pollution, create new jobs and drive investments in the fast-growing clean energy economy," said Erica Morehouse, an analyst with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), in a press release. "Because this program will be done in parallel with national standards, all Americans will reap the many environmental, health and economic benefits this program offers."

Several large automakers—Ford, Chrysler, General Motors, and Nissan—also supported the new rules. While some have opposed the regulations because they would drive up the price for a new car, the board said higher costs would easily be made up by the new vehicles consuming less fuel and other benefits.

"Our research shows a $1,400 to $1,900 car price increase. But over the life of the vehicles, the owners save $6,000 in reduced fuel and maintenance costs," board spokesman David Clegern said as reported by the AP. The regulations, which took 3 years to develop, are expected to cut oil consumption by 2.2 million barrels a day by 2025.

California, whose regulations are often tougher than the federal government's, has long been in the driver's seat on U.S. emissions and smog regulations with ten states to date adopting California's smog rules as their own.

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Apparently, the movement to make the world aware of this danger ahead is already a huge success. It is also a fact that the world is so busy finding a single answer in the halls of convention centers manipulated by agents of big corporations... ever looking for a way to rail the conclusions into something that serves only their best interest in the guise of something green. The clock has been ticking since... The real picture isn't really all that nice. As a matter of fact... it is very much alarming. 

While everyone waste the time in reaching agreements for the ever elusive answer to global warming... Let me invite everyone to think and ponder on this. "Why not focus in things you have full control of?" If everyone will focus on things they can control... then we can solve climate change much easier. If 70% of GHG comes from land transportation... that means... We as a consumer motoring public can control or CUT about 70% maximum of the total GHG. If we can do that, then we can control the climate! - makes sense? Why go so far? We can't stop the Ice from melting... but We can stop the global temperature from rising any further by simply cutting on our Emissions by at least 90%! While everyone has been busy looking for answers... we have been making near ZERO Emissions a reality on a daily basis... ONE CAR AT A TIME!...

This is the real and active solution. So far... the Kyoto Protocol and the Durban Meetings are only passive approaches... lip services... and no real actions in reversing the effects of the Greenhouse Effect. Before we forget the real problem to begin with. God willing... the rest of the world will soon find out and adopt the solution+action that I and the rest of my small group have taken. Silently, we are saving the planet - and we don't need the bells and whistles of tri-media for our rewards. The smile on the faces and the taking away of the realized guilt from each vehicle owner that our solution-technique is the reward in itself already. May God Bless Us All... and Guide into the right path towards Climate Solutions. 

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Cities be warned, prepare

By: Ma. Ceres P. Doyo
Philippine Daily Inquirer
12:25 am | Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Local government officials, citizens’ groups and NGOs in four Philippine cities should thank the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-Philippines and BPI Foundation for undertaking research and publishing “Business Risk Assessment and the Management of Climate Change Impact.” It is subtitled “Vulnerability Assessment of Four Philippine Cities.”
The four cities are Baguio, Cebu, Davao and Iloilo. The words “risk” and “vulnerability” should turn the elected local officials of these cities into boy scouts and girl scouts (if they are not already) and make them swear by the motto “Be Prepared.” They should hit the ground running as early as now. But first, they should have the information.
Lazy local executives elsewhere who have seen the aftermath of Tropical Storm “Sendong” should be pressured to do some physical and mental aerobics by the riverbanks, lakeshores and mountain tops. Reading the WWF-BPI study is also a good start. The reading-challenged could practice some humility and seek explanations from the experts who are more than willing to share what they know, help them gather data and assess their vulnerability.
The WWF-BPI study begins with a national overview. It then takes on “an in-depth, city-specific view” and presents the methodology that was used, the scope of the assessment, analyses, scenario-building, adaptive capacity and integration and assessment. The study takes note of each city’s “socio-economic sensitivity”—its population, housing, source of income, educational facilities, businesses, water supply and even crime solution efficiency. It attempts “to look 30 years into the future” and encourages “out-of-the-box” thinking.
Here are excerpts from the WWF-BPI assessments per city. (You can ask for a soft copy of the study by sending an e-mail to
At barely 57 sq. km, Baguio City is the smallest and most densely populated city covered by this study. In the scoring process, it also emerged as the most vulnerable to climate change impacts. All historical records confirm that Baguio City has the highest rainfall in the country, and climate trends indicate that this is likely to get worse. From a climate point of view, the management of urbanization trends and watersheds as well as Baguio’s population growth will play roles in defining the continued viability of this city’s economy.
Baguio does not have a commercial air link. Its only economic umbilical cord is confined to land access. Surprisingly, its current top development drivers are real estate development, agricultural production and educational enrolment, all of which depend greatly on new land, appropriate infrastructure and reliable land access via well-maintained mountain roads. Currently none of these appear to measure up to Baguio’s future needs. Level of vulnerability: 7.43; climatic/environmental exposure: 9.17 (scale of 1 to 10—with 10 being the most vulnerable)
Cebu City’s opportunity lies in a long-term plan and development model that will disperse and diffuse climate risk. One scenario flagged “united political leadership” as a key element, along with “effective, efficient, responsible and transparent governance.” Cebu will require new investments in “climate smart” infrastructure and technology. It will also require a re-thinking of what it will take to build human capital, improve the well-being of Cebu’s work force, and keep that at the cutting edge. If Cebu City looks “beyond its fences” and forges new development directions leading to global integration in this climate-defined future, it may seize this opportunity to strengthen its economic supply chains within the region, and maintain its reputation as a center for cost-competitiveness and reliability as a processor or supplier of goods and services. Level of vulnerability: 6.65; climatic/environmental exposure: 7.79
It is likely that Davao City will have to deal with climate impacts such as sea level rise, increased sea surface temperatures, ocean acidification and inter-annual variability of rainfall. It is also likely that Davao will emerge as a site of refuge of an increased number of migrants. There are indications that this trend has already begun. High population growth and in-migration underscore that strategic development decisions must be made now. More than that, a multi-stakeholder formula for continuity must be set in place if this city is to sustain and re-engineer its agricultural strengths, and avoid the disorganized congestion that characterizes many other cities, emerging as a new center for livability and competitiveness in a climate-defined world. Level of vulnerability: 5.68; climatic/environmental exposure: 6.63
Iloilo City has the second highest population density of the four cities in this study. Sitting on reclaimed marshland, it also remains highly flood-prone. In combination, these two factors constitute a serious risk. Next to Baguio, Iloilo emerged as the second most vulnerable city in this study.
If this city is to achieve sustainability and maintain its competitiveness in a climate-defined future, it is clear that a sustained effort to better manage land use, infrastructure, land/sea access as well as flooding is put in place through a mix of natural and engineered initiatives. There is no doubt that well-managed drainage systems, as well as flood-free highways, will remain key elements in the drive toward sustainable economic growth. Level of vulnerability: 6.69; climatic/environmental exposure: 8.18
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May 2012 be year of hope and fulfillment for this nation. May there be stunning surprises at every turn.
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GTO Treated Off Road Tough Truck is Champion

Congratulations Michael Cerin!

Tough Truck Challenge XI Official Results:

Rank Name Club Track A & B    Track C        Total A, B & C
1Michael Cerin 4WDAVAO 0:13:06.46 0:08:27.96 0:21:34.42 
Noel Bartolome Jr    LCCP 0:14:06.79 0:08:07.78 0:22:14.57 
Edison Dungca Kapampangan 0:17:52.78 0:08:27.67 0:26:20.45 
Maila Alivia Isabela Extereme 0:19:18.24 0:08:58.43 0:28:16.67 
Jojo Javier Kapampangan 0:17:01.23 0:11:31.31 0:28:32.54 
Boyie Doblada BRO 0:21:42.93 0:08:41.70 0:30:24.63 
Jek Sason Kapampangan 0:25:07.75 0:09:00.53 0:34:08.28 
Alvin Yuboco Bicol Off Road 0:22:47.70 0:12:14.10 0:35:01.80 
Romer Mariano BRO 0:25:41.03 0:10:31.21 0:36:12.24 
10 Harold Vicencio Kapampangan 0:20:36.14 0:16:10.69 0:36:46.83 
11 Man Man Bengco Kapampangan 0:21:56.10 0:18:49.49 0:40.45.59 
12 Bong Collado Isabela Extreme 0:35:09.01 0:07:16.51 0:42:25.52 
13 Reynan Jayme Waig Adventure Bukidnon    0:37:53.94 0:07:13.52 0:45:07.46 
14 Jojo Sison Isabela Extreme 0:35:19.70 0:10:43.92 0:46:03.62 
15 Ernesto Ngo LCCP 0:36:46.89 0:09:56.30 0:46:43:19 
16 Kim John Casil Gensan 4x4 Fun Club 0:38:06.88 0:10:05.06 0:48:11.94 
17 Joel Oliveros Nueva Ecija 0:20:01.93 0:30:00.00 0:50:01.93 
18 Rimpy Bondoc Kapampangan 0:26:07.94 0:30:00.00 0:56:07.94 
19 Jerry Ross Corpuz Batac 0:36:56:38 0:30:00.00 1:06.56.38 
20 Victor Dy Isabela Extreme 0:37:08.84 0:30:00.00 1:07:08.84

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Notes to ponder

NASA claims that the government could slow down worldwide global warming by cutting down on soot emissions. Studies by NASA show that cutting down on soot would not only have an immediate cooling effect, but would also put a stop to many of the deaths caused by air pollution. When soot is formed, it typically travels through the air absorbing and releasing solar radiation which in turn begins to warm the atmosphere. Cutting soot emissions would be an immediate help against global warming, as the soot would quickly fall out of the atmosphere and begin to cool it down.

Cutting back on soot emissions would buy us time in our fight against global warming. Soot is caused by the partial burning of fossil fuels, wood and vegetation. Soot is known to contain over forty different cancer causing chemicals, and a complete cut would offer untold health benefits worldwide.

Environmental conservation has always been a topic for lengthy discussions, but up until recent times, global warming and climate changes were vague subjects, with no hard proof. Not surprisingly, the previous lack of attention to these issues have created a very gloomy outlook on our future. So, considering all this, what could be the biggest contributor to climate changes through global warming? Transportation - the man-made iron horses, flying machines and sea monsters, so to speak.

The question we have now is how green is our transportation? The majority of the worlds' vehicles are fueled by oil (petrol, diesel and kerosene). Even if they rely on electricity, the stations used to generate this electricity use fossil fuels for power! Excluding vehicle manufacture, transportation is responsible for 14% of the artificially created greenhouse emissions, mostly carbondioxide.

Automobiles, trains and planes are all responsible for this problem, but cars are the highest impact-makers. They release approximately six times more carbondioxide than a plane and seven times more than sea vessels.

What is Air Pollution?

Air pollution is somewhat difficult to define because many air pollutants, at low concentrations, are essential nutrients for the sustainable development of ecosystems. So, air pollution could be defined as:A state of the atmosphere, which leads to the exposure of human beings and/or ecosystems to such high levels or loads of specific compounds or mixtures thereof, that damage is caused. With very few exceptions, all compounds that are considered air pollutants have both natural as well as human-made origins.

Air pollution is not a new phenomenon; in Medieval times, the burning of coal was forbidden in London while Parliament was in session. Air pollution problems have dramatically increased in intensity as well as scale due to the increase in emissions since the Industrial Revolution.