Jasmine Curtis-Smith is now an ambassador for energy independence

by Jet Hitosis
Sep 4, 2019
Jasmine Curtis-Smith is the youth ambassadress of the newly founded Philippine Energy Independence Council, and was tasked to instill renewable energy awareness among the youth.
PHOTO/S: @jascurtissmith on Instagram

Si Jasmine Curtis-Smith ang napiling youth ambassador ng bagong tatag na Philippine Energy Independence Council (PEIC).

Ipinakilala ang Kapuso actress bilang youth ambassador ng PEIC sa launch ng council sa Powertrends 2019: The 14th International Exhibition and Conference on Directions for Energy, Power and Electricity.

Ang conference ay idinaos sa SMX Convention Center sa Pasay City nitong Martes, September 3.

Nang araw ring iyon ay ipinost ni Jasmine, 25, sa kanyang Instagram Stories ang mga litrato sa event.

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Ngayong Miyerkules, September 4, ipinost naman ni Jasmine sa Instagram ang backgrounder at mga detalye tungkol sa bago niyang tungkulin bilang youth ambassadress ng PEIC.

Sa bungad ng caption, ipinakilala ni Jasmine ang sarili bilang “Youth Ambassador for the Philippine Energy Independence Council.”

Ipinaliwanag ni Jasmine ang vision ng PEIC, na itinatag ng grupo ng mga energy advocates.

“There are still 16 million Filipinos going withouth reliable electricity and this is due to lack of access as well as a surge in power costs due to imports of fuel.

“Imagine if we could source our own energy right here from our very own home?

“From solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and natural gas… all of which we already have.”

Ayon kay Jasmine, tungkulin niyang magkaroon ng kamulatan at engagement ang kabataan sa kahalagahan ng pagkakaroon ng renewable energy sources sa bansa para sa sapat na supply ng kuryente.

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“Here to lead and begin progressive and positive discourse among the youth to create awareness, empower our knowledge and hopefully inspire our lawmakers and big game players to star investing in our indigenous energy.

“WE HAVE THE POWER.

“Let’s tap into that power and achieve our very own energy independence. (lightning emoji)

#JCSAdvocacy.”

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Youth Ambassador for the Philippine Energy Independence Council???? There are still 16 million Filipinos going withouth reliable electricity and this is due to lack of access as well as a surge in power costs due to imports of fuel. Imagine if we could source our own energy right here from our very own home? From solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and natural gas... all of which we already have. Here to lead and begin progressive and positive discourse among the youth to create awareness, empower our knowledge and hopefully inspire our lawmakers and big game players to start investing in our indigenous energy. WE HAVE THE POWER. Let's tap into that power and achieve our very own energy independence. ? #JCSAdvocacy Ps. Puffy eyes from my 3 hour nap from Pasay to Nueva Ecija yesterday ????

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JASMINE ONCE APPEALED FOR PROPER GARBAGE DISPOSAL

Inilarawan ang sarili sa kanyang Instagram bio bilang "Actress & Advocate", matatandaang minsan nang nanawagan si Jasmine ng disiplina sa pagpapanatiling malinis ang mga dagat at baybayin.

July ngayong taon nang sa pamamagitan ng isang Instagram post ay umapela si Jasmine sa kanyang fans laban sa pagtatapon ng basura sa dalampasigan.

Sa litrato sa post, makikita si Jasmine habang hawak ang sari-saring basura na napulot niya sa baybayin ng Culion sa Palawan.

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Yesterday, when the rain halted and the tides lowered, I took a stroll and spent some few minutes looking for fishes and admiring the quiet afternoon of Culion. Upon walking, I found sachets, a pill pack, plastic utensils and bottle caps. To name a few. I've only spent a couple of days here but I know their locals are respective of their own island, they keep their roads, waters and surroundings clean. So, I'd like to ask you all... Do you throw your trash properly? Have you seen the Manila Bay problem? This is not isolated to well known beaches and ports... and it's so unfortunate. No matter where it's from, the fact that it can casually wash up on our shores is so saddening. I hope we can be disciplined for the future. I hope we all wake up everyday conscious of how we go about our every move, including disposing of trash. Kahit na candy wrapper lang yan, kahit na pwet ng yosi lang yan, kahit na ano pa yan. Ang basura dapat sa basurahan, hindi sa kalsada o sa dagat. Let's learn to love our mother Earth. ???????????? Pick up trash whenever and wherever you can. Pocket it til you can bin it ????? #JCSadvocacy

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Nang mga panahong iyon, ginagawa ni Jasmine ang pelikulang Culion.

Sa ngayon, abala si Jasmine sa taping ng GMA-7 adaptation sa Korean series na Descendants of the Sun (DOTS).

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Isasabay ng aktres sa taping ng DOTS ang paglilibot sa iba’t ibang panig ng bansa bilang millennial ambassadress ng PEIC, na magsasagawa ng roadshows at talks.

Tututukan ng PEIC ang pagkakaroon ng tuluy-tuloy na supply ng kuryente sa pamamagitan ng mga bago at renewable energy sources, kaisa ang kabataan, mga komunidad, at mga local at government officials.

Ipinakilala si Jasmine bilang youth ambassadress ng PEIC isang araw makaraang manumpa sa tungkulin ang 29-anyos na boyfriend niyang si Jeff Ortega bilang regional director for tourism ng Department of Tourism-National Capital Region (DOT-NCR) nitong Lunes, September 2.

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Jasmine Curtis-Smith is the youth ambassadress of the newly founded Philippine Energy Independence Council, and was tasked to instill renewable energy awareness among the youth.
PHOTO/S: @jascurtissmith on Instagram
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