Labis na ikinababahala ni Solenn Heussaff ang pagdami ng basurang nakikita niya sa mga kalsada.
Sa pamamagitan ng Twitter ngayong araw, May 23, pinakiusapan ng Kapuso actress ang publiko na ugaliin ang tamang pagtatapon ng basura.
Aniya, “Guys, im seeing more and more trash on the streets.
“Please teach the people around you to dispose properly and to stop [destroying] our country :(
“It is so sad that something so simple is so hard for some people to do.”
Guys, im seeing more and more trash on the streets. Please teach the people arround you to dispose properly and to stop distroying our country :( it is so sad that something so simple is so hard for some people to do.— Solenn Heussaff (@solennheussaff) May 23, 2018
Kasunod nito, pinaalalahanan ni Solenn ang kanyang followers na ang tamang pagtatapon ng basura ay para rin sa kinabukasan ng mga kabataan.
“Create hope for the future generation.
“You don't need to be an [expert] to help.
“Educate the people around you. People need to seriously wake up!”
Create hope for the future generation. You dont need to be an expery to help. Educate the people around you. People need to seriously wake up!— Solenn Heussaff (@solennheussaff) May 23, 2018
Marami sa followers ng Kapuso star ang sumang-ayon sa kanyang pakiusap tungkol sa lumalalang problema sa basura sa bansa.
Sa katunayan, ilang sa mga ito ay ni-retweet pa ni Solenn:
Here in japan, aside from self discipline,they start it at home then school and even the community are doing so much effort helping hand in hand just to keep our sorroundings clean.. if you can’t see Any trash can , always bring a trash bag with you then u can throw it later— joanne_0611 (@0611_joanne) May 23, 2018
Building an eco-friendly community starts with us! https://t.co/N16hHQXEBq— Ynno Rivera (@jruynno_r) May 23, 2018
???? 'wag natin gawing malaking basurahan ang bansa. ???? https://t.co/tl6P09qHb8— Sheena Sibala Adena (@Ilabmylayp) May 23, 2018
KONTING TULONG SA BANSA NATEN ???? https://t.co/hUMylhb1vO— Redeline Sarmiento (@saabreed) May 23, 2018
Can we also ask our government to provide enough trash bins which is being cleaned regularly? Parks and streets no enough trashcans even malls sometimes.— vinaigrette (@ecraelahani) May 23, 2018
SIMPLE ISSUE THAT NEEDS IMMEDIATE RESPONSE. https://t.co/30mqnjru0x— Myles Paas (@yelwsubmarine) May 23, 2018
JERICHO ROSALES. Hindi si Solenn ang unang celebrity na nagbigay ng opinyon tungkol sa problema sa basura sa Pilipinas.
Minsan na ring nag-post si Jericho Rosales ng kanyang pag-aalala tungkol sa dumaraming plastic na basura sa mga karagatan.
“These plastic bags and water bottles hurt our seas, animals and affect the food that we eat. Don’t throw things in the ocean,” sabi ng Kapamilya actor sa kanyang Instagram post.
Picked up a “souvenir” from Cloud 9 in Siargao after a great morning surf session. My stoke was replaced with concern. Well, more like distress. These plastic bags and water bottles (check @gapssabuero’s post) hurt our seas, animals and affect the food that we eat. Don’t throw things in the ocean. If you see someone doing it say something. This is not something to he taken lightly. Pay respect to the islands that you visit. Pay respect to nature.
IZA CALZADO. Samantala, habang inaalala ni Iza Calzado ang namayapang alagang aso, nabanggit niyang aksidente itong nakakain ng plastic na naiwang nakakalat sa isang park.
Lahad ni Iza sa kanyang Instagram post, “He ingested part of a plastic bag that likely contained some leftover food (someone’s misplaced litter), when he was on a walk or off leash at a park. We only discovered his cause of death from the autopsy.”
Hugo! ???? About 3 weeks ago, we lost our handsome furry baby and Ben’s best friend, Hugo. He loved all humans so much but ironically it was human behaviour that orchestrated his demise. Hugo loved to socialise with humans, unable to contain his excitement at every greeting with his whimper and vibrating little tail. His attentiveness and obedient nature made an impression of intelligence and his affectionate gaze conveyed a complex soul. Hugo was an explorer always wanting to march forward, but never without others. We took him on many weekend trips to The Farm, the beach, on dive trips and on a few hikes. He had a wilful nature. His conquests include a sparrow kill, trapping a (5 star hotel’s) peacock and humping various celebrities’ legs. However he could never quite catch any cat. Hugo was gone too soon at the age of 5 and a half. He ingested part of a plastic bag that likely contained some leftover food (someone’s misplaced litter), when he was on a walk or off leash at a park. We only discovered his cause of death from the autopsy. As we write this, we are still filled with sadness, anger and guilt. I am no stranger to death but this is the first time I have lost a loved one that I am fully responsible for. The shoulda, woulda, coulda of the situation haunts me every single day. We are writing this to share the realisations we’ve had from this experience. 1. Reduce the use of plastic. Everyone knows that plastic kills sea life but this has been a stark wake up call that plastic can kill in our home. (The PHL is a Top 5 global consumer of plastic and its set to double within 8 years) 2. Let’s pick up other people’s litter. We should set a positive example if we want others to follow suit. 3. If a pet is sick, ask the vet if she is certain of the diagnosis. If not certain then push for more testing. Our vet conducted a barium x-ray study to identify harder to find objects in his gastro tract when it was too late. We hope this incident becomes an educational anecdote reminding us that our day to day decisions have a far reaching ripple effect. Wishing everyone a happy and mindful Sunday. If you have a dog, please give him an extra hug for us. ??