If you have been sweating like a pig, or have been finding yourself wanting to shower more than the usual number of times in a day, you might as well get used to it. Climate change is real.
While some people proactively deny the occurrence of climate change (or global warming—however you want to call it), the numbers do not lie. Just recently, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) reported that July of 2016 was the warmest July in the last 136 years, very likely due to the steady increase in carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, which causes the rise of temperature across the world.
Situated near the equator, the Philippines is far from immune from global warming. Luckily, many local businesses are already on the move to save the planet earth in the little ways they could. Here are some environmentally sustainable hotels and resorts trying to make a difference.