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Polar bears live on arctic sea ice. With its continuous melting caused by a warming Earth, what would happen to their species?

A warmer planet could result to melting of more ice making the Polar Bears vulnerable to extinction.

Would you like that?

The arctic sea ice continually deplete according to sources.

“Rising temperatures cause ice shelves to break up – as they are floating already this will not affect sea levels, it may cause the glaciers behind them to speed up their flow-rate considerably. These glaciers will add to sea-level rise if they melt”, according to Cool Antartica.

Yes, we already know that climate change is happening but is there something significant ordinary individuals can do?


First, educating everyone about Carbon Dioxide is the key.

Carbon Dioxide is a naturally occurring gas that is meant for naturally occurring organisms as well.

A fact about CO2 is that every living organism produce it and needs it in order to breathe.

CO2 is not bad at all but how does it contribute to climate change?

It’s because there are other unnatural factors producing it and natural organisms can’t use it. Man-made carbon can’t be used by humans and animals, they can’t inhale them. Plants can’t use it for photosynthesis.

Any carbon that is man-made contributes to climate change hence global warming and ocean acidity. People and industries release too much it and the planet doesn’t need it. It just goes up as anthropogenic emissions mainly caused by deforestation and burning of fossil fuel.

We have witnessed tons of unfortunate calamities , species extinction and alarming changes around the globe and it is getting worse. To name a few, intensified hurricanes, abnormal behaviors of organisms and flooding even with just ample amount of rain.

A revolution to mitigate the effects of climate change needs to be efficient.

You can spark change in your own little way.

Be conscious in your carbon production and find ways to replace the CO2 you emit. 

PLANT TREES because they absorb the CO2 through photosynthesis.

Join environmental drives that can raise awareness to improve the deteriorating condition of our planet. 

We better start right now to save what’s left of Mother Earth.

Think of every species’ whose welfare depends on us.


For every 10 downloads, PeN Super App plants a tree!

Download the super app today!



Posted by Clarisse Javier in Blog, Others


SWEDEN, September 15 /PEN/PeN super app is planting at least 100 trees everyday vowing to use its worldwide reach for a much greater cause- make a difference for Mother Earth.

Aggressive trade and technology advancement seem to contribute to a faster run-down of the environment’s overall health. Electronic wastes fume unwanted toxic chemicals, such as Cadmium, from all sorts of landfills. According to M.B. Kirkham, Cadmium can bioaccumulate in the environment posing harm due to highly toxic substances.

Technology has been steadily improving thus a campaign for a more responsible usage and disposal must be globally raised to reciprocate its growing environmental threat.

PeN has already planted a total of 12, 537 trees (as of this writing) since it started its global campaign in June 2017. Alongside the company’s growth will surely benefit the environment by expecting a new tree to be planted for every 10 app download. The total number of downloads from June to August 2017 alone totalled to a whopping 121,782 hence the said planted trees.

Image 1. A glimpse on the remote location in the Philippines where the initial trees are being planted.

Barely two years in the business, PeN has already attracted almost a million users worldwide mostly coming from India, Middle East and Asia. Beginners luck? Not really. Having a real-deal visionary CEO, this super app will surely break barriers.

PeN, packed with the most advanced ideas, is set to redefine how an app should serve society and slowing down its development to provide the best features for its users is not yet an option. It will continue to plant trees for its unwaged sustainable and eco-conscious responsibility.

Ian Vernon, PeN CEO, wants to make sure that the PeN super app will do more good than harm.

He knows that everyone will need the PeN app sooner than you think.

With more sensible features heeding the current needs of society, PeN is definitely the next big thing.


Posted by Charisma Quebral in Blog