The Clean Air Ride Virtual GPS Tagging Performance Video
The Bike Crew from Barangay Cyclists Energetic as they arrived from their Virtual Tagging Performance Ride through the streets of Manila on a route spelling out "AIR" with the help of the CO2 Green Drive GPS APP.that some of them had downloaded to their phones. When this photo was taken they were looking up at the Creator and feeling the Force, as can be seen in the eyes of the gentlemen above.
Philippinos have had the Catholic Church in their culture for over 500 years and it is a very important part of most Philippinos. In the above image in San Agustin Church Ceiling is the "All Seeing Eye". A Church that was first buildt in 1571, destroyed several times by Earth Quakes, War and fires. It was used as a concentration camp by the Japanese, and it was there in1898, the Spanish Governor-General Fermin Jaudenes prepared the terms for the surrender of Manila to the United States of America following the Spanish-American War.
The Classic Second World War American Jeep converted into a Electric MB and buildt by the local Jeep producer MD Juan, that Yours Truly sat in during the Performance Ride.
The Converted Jeep Packed with Batteries.
The Yellow Electric School Bus
The Manila Electric Company and Crew
The Orange Meralco Electric Bus
The Orange ADB Bike Sharing Bike
The Pasig City Electric Bus
Exellent Says the Manila version of Mr. Green
The e- Tranvia Electric Bus
Mr Green and The Green Orange Fit Crew
The Electric Scooter Ladies
The Manila Electric Company Bus in Profile
More Mr Green
Justin Beiber also joined the event and the lovely students from Rizal Technological Univercity
went Bananas.Well, actually it was not Really Justin Bieber, but the Danish Student Thomas Stub Rosser who was part of the CAR Manila Team.
After seeing the above video (in Danish) Thomas Stub Rosser won the participation in CAR Manila by
coming up with the best idea for an APP for Sustainable Awareness in a competition as part of
the NEXTGEN Conference held in Copenhagen 10th of October 2013.
Thomas Stub Rosser also designed the above logo for Clean Air Drive in Manila. You can see more versions
of graphic design of the CO2 Green Drive Project HERE
There was a photo shoot set up, with a backdrop and hat, wigs and ears for everyone.
A brilliant performance by local orchestra Kontra-GaPi
How Does an EV Work?
Again Thank You Manila and Clean Air Asia for the great collaboration! We look forward to more CAR Performances throughout Asia in 2014 and 2015!