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Miss Earth: Guardian of the Environment

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The youngest amongst the grandslam pageants, Miss Earth, has always been a favourite of mine. This pageant which started at the dawn of the 21st century is magnificent in its cause especially now that climate change has become a vital debate in and out of the political arena. Whatever side we ought to choose with climate change, whether it is a hoax or a paradigm, one thing is clear – the planet we live in should and must be taken cared of.

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Miss Earth 2010 – Nicole Faria of India

Setting aside our beliefs in climate change, Miss Earth envisions a better Earth for all of us, for all our children and for our children’s children. Their advocacy coupled with the symbolical event of crowning Miss Earth is continuing to increase awareness and better attitude towards our environment. It is just not a beauty pageant where ladies from every corner of our world parade their sweet smiles, dazzling bodies and beautiful faces; but includes an articulate mind that is passionate on the protection and promotion of a healthy Earth.

The crowning of Miss Earth 2011 and her associates will be determined on the 3rd of December in Manila, Philippines. It is going to be an exciting and worth-remembering pageant since more than 80 girls around the globe are competing for the coveted crown. Needless to say, as Miss Earth and her auxiliaries Misses Air, Water and Fire are all named; they will all be guardians of Mother Earth for the year to come.

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About blueblack2010

I am health manager by profession whose interests range from travelling to sports, from shopping to fashion; and from beauty pageants to science and politics. Web blogging has been an outlet for me to express my feelings, ideas and thoughts to issues that surround us. Most of the topics will be concerning my interests. Everyone is free to comment and suggest to these blogs.

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