Thank you Denso Ten Solutions Philippines ECO-WARRIORS!
|1||Richard Capulong||16||Ma. Lourdes M. Dusaban|
|2||Francis Banguilan||17||Katarina Santos|
|3||Aries N. Manrique||18||John Paul Magat|
|4||Jennifer Geron||19||Bryan Adriano|
|5||Mylen Lopicio||20||Wea Mae C. Alpecho|
|6||Lorenz Kian Geron||21||Annalie Joy V. Tanglao|
|7||Pauline Lasquite||22||Jan Mikhail Tiongson|
|8||Jade Gonzales||23||Jose Carlo M. Manalang|
|9||Rose Ann Samera||24||Anne Mellene Salvacion|
|10||Ricardo M. Ocden Jr||25||Mayumi Javier|
|11||Mark Jayson Gula||26||Diosdado Dyangco|
|12||ANGELO O. GILI||27||Maria Gloria Joven|
|13||Cryshna Bianca B. Padua||28||Rowena Glipo|
|14||Sheila Victoria C. Siongco||29||Divine Gay Magat|
Certificates of Participation were awarded to all Denso participants who continue to help us “keep our people and planet healthy”, also adding to more carbon capture for future generations to appreciate clean air.
After the native Binalot lunch, heartfelt thanks were communicated at the end of the Certificate Awarding, by Ms. Maria Gloria Joven of Denso Ten Solutions Philippines Corporation, who described the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) advocacies in Social Contributions, Social Contribution Fund, Sports & Culture, Social Welfare, Global Environmental Activity, Supporting Youth Development and other Regional Activities; she also introduced the three UPLB scholars they currently have working with the company, and who also joined in the day’s planting activity.
It is thanks to all you adventurous, thoughtful and caring Denso Ten Solutions Philippines staff that FEED is able to continue its reforestation, rehabilitation and other environmental initiatives today. Special thanks also to Ms. Joven, Ms. Weng Glipo and Ms. Divine Gay Magat for your consistent and strong support to FEED always, even for referring us to other organisations to plant with.
Big tree hugs to you all. May the Forest be with you always!
Experts call for multi-stakeholder Sierra Madre watershed mgtMulti-stakeholder participation is crucial in managing the watershed of the country’s longest mountain range, the Sierra Madre. This served as one of the key lessons during the Water Forum Series 1 entitled “Revisiting watershed management and governance in Sierra Madre towards water security” held on Aug. 28 at the Lansigan Auditorium of the College of Forestry and Natural Resources (CFNR).“It is very important to organize and strengthen the stakeholders; sa laki ng area ay hindi po pwedeng one agency or organization lang ang mag-focus on the whole issues and problems of the Sierra Madre,” said Conrado Vargas, corporate secretary of the Save Sierra Madre Network Alliance, Inc.The Sierra Madre, with an area of 1.4 million hectares, is stretched throughout 10 provinces in Luzon, from Cagayan in the north to Quezon in the south.“Multi-stakeholder process [should be a] partnership between and among civil society organisations (CSOs), government agencies, and the private sector,” Vargas said in discussing stakeholder mobilisation…Dr. Rex Victor Cruz, professor at CFNR (FEED insert: and also long time friend and advisor of FEED), a watershed management expert, and former chancellor of UPLB, also recognised the role of stakeholders in addressing watershed degradation.“This has been a romantic issue for a long, long time – to engage the different stakeholders. I think it still remains to be a pillar on how we can solve the issue,” Dr. Cruz said. “Everybody should be involved.”
See original article here: http://uplb.edu.ph/research/experts-call-for-multi-stakeholder-sierra-madre-watershed-mgt/
GPS Images & Coordinates
Use any GPS (Global Positioning System) software / applications to input the latitude and longitude coordinates to be able to remotely see the location of your trees planted. Some examples include:
- Fujitsu’s 3rd Time Foresting Adds Another 680 Indigenous Trees to the Sierra Madre Mountains (25 Nov 2018)
- Experiencing the Lives of Bulacan Fisherfolk: Courage Transforms Fujitsu’s Eco-Warriors to Plant 1,200 Mangroves (15 Jul 2017)
- “One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole World Kin” – Tree Planting Photo Journey of Fujitsu Eco-Warriors (27 Aug 2017)
- Fujitsu Staff Plant 840 “Living Legacy” Indigenous Philippine Trees to Reforest the Sierra Madres (27 Aug 2016)
In 2015, the Philippine government submitted to the United Nations the country’s commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The country committed to reduce its carbon emissions by 70 percent by 2030. The carbon dioxide reductions will come from the sectors of energy, transport, waste, forestry and industry.
Join us! Help us reverse the Earth’s “hothouse climate” tipping point.
FEED runs a number of Students and Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE); Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – such as mangrove planting for coastal protection or ridge reforestation plantings; One Child, One Tree; Bio-Intensive Gardens (BIG) for nutrition in public elementary schools and other spaces; Climate Change Survival 101 and other LIVING LEGACY programs – customised environmental engagement activities for individuals and organisations interested in contributing to climate change adaptation efforts and greening critical areas such as watersheds, ridges, and reefs that all require rehabilitation.
Tree-Planting with FEED
Check out the video journey by Clueless Commuter who planted with us last 24th of June 2017 to get a good idea of how FEED plantings go: https://youtu.be/KROn4rjVqBg
Contact us at FEED for more details, to join our regular activities or to design your own tree-nurturing event: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text +63 (0)917 552 4722.
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