DepEd partners with CCC in celebration of Earth Day

In celebration of the 51st Earth Day, the Climate Change Commission of the Philippines, along with the Department of Education (DepEd), other government agencies, and partners, led the eight-hour Earth Day webcast with the theme “PINASiglang Mundo,” anchored on the international theme “Restore Our Earth.” Hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme Goodwill Ambassador and continue reading : DepEd partners with CCC in celebration of Earth Day

DepEd vows to engage, work on Earth conservation, preservation, restoration advocacy

As part of this year’s celebration of Earth Day, several officials from the Department of Education (DepEd) expressed their commitment towards conservation, preservation, and restoration of the environment in their solidarity speeches during the agency’s National Earth Day Online Celebration last April 22. In accordance with the theme “PINASiglang Mundo,” Sec. Leonor Magtolis Briones and continue reading : DepEd vows to engage, work on Earth conservation, preservation, restoration advocacy

Highlight Sustainable Dining outlines the means to a more sustainable future for Earth Day Special

What a surprise! It turns out that what you put on your plate does matter to everyone’s life. Something small, such as the food we choose to eat, can make a big difference in something as enormous as climate change. April 20 marks the first day of the virtual interactive celebration of Earth Day, which continue reading : Highlight Sustainable Dining outlines the means to a more sustainable future for Earth Day Special

DepEd launches online knowledge materials on climate change education

The Department of Education (DepEd) introduced the microsite containing curated resources for teaching climate change and the KaLIKHAsan! Likha at Lakas ng Kabataan para sa Kalikasan: A Creative Sourcebook on Using Theater for Climate Education and Action to the public as a stepping stone for educating students about climate change. The said materials were launched continue reading : DepEd launches online knowledge materials on climate change education

Agriculturists launch improved farming system adapting to climate change

By Amabelle Franchesca Boncato “We needed to make adjustments, we needed to make solutions,” – Marvin Navarrete, a farmer. After all the environmental catastrophes experienced in the Philippines due to climate change, the agricultural industry is obliged to make modifications to their farming methods to adapt to these adverse effects such as extreme drought, typhoons, continue reading : Agriculturists launch improved farming system adapting to climate change

On fighting against climate change: Imuseños unite through green schools

Rio Angela Belosillo Kung ayaw may dahilan; kung gusto palaging mayroong paraan. This Filipino proverb ignited Imus National High School (INHS) to act as it heeds the need to address the inevitable implications of climate change in the country through its school-based environmental projects. Jonard Saria, INHS School Property Custodian and Overseer of the Green continue reading : On fighting against climate change: Imuseños unite through green schools