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Tree way= plant, grow, care

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CHMSC Laboratory School,
Brgy. Talaban, Himamaylan
Talisay City
Perleene-Ky Gumban
Ma. Cienny T. Delubio
Lorie Ann A. Bantayan
Jasper Ell D. Biboso
Raul C. Tuzon Jr.
Rissa Mae L. Castor
Karla Jane M. Buenaflor
Rey Nathaniel Samson
Claire Villaruz

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Jasper

Raul

Karla

Lorie

Cienny

Kaye

Famil
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Rissa

Claire

Samson

Rationale
Climate change is the
greatest challenge of the
21st century. Temperatures
have exceeded global
annual averages for 38
consecutive years and
extreme weather events are

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Objectives
Promote awareness on preventing
climate change.
Promote/aid to bring back our
environment to green.
Uplift knowledge on climate
change adaptation.
Empower the youth to be stewards

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Target Audience

Approximate number: At least


50 youths
Location of your project site:
Laboratory school-Talisay City
and Himamaylan City
Age Range: 16 years old to 25
years old

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Methodology
Online interviews
Symposium
Mangrove planting
Coastal Cleanup

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Timeline and
Corresponding events
Activity
Online Interviews

Date
February 13, 2016

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Symposium

February 15, 2016

Mangrove Planting
Activity
Coastal Clean Up

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February 20, 2016
February 20, 2016

Online Interviews
Not all trash in your house are garbage,
some of it can be reuse or can make
beautiful items.
- Lanolyn Jaranilla
Plant more trees, tapos avoid burning of
plastics and other materials nga makaguba
sa ozone.
- Asenah Ruth Oro Corceles
Dont throw trash anywhere. Maintain
clean environment.
- Mirabella D. Bastida

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Online Interviews
Replanting , recycling and conserve
water.
- Angela Amoyo, Philippines
Simple things like not wasting water and
not throwing trash in nature.
-Cyril Bensack, France

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For me, the things that I can do to protect


the environment is to avoid burning of
garbage, segregate waste to it's proper
disposal and plant more trees, etc.
- Suzanne Magbanua, Philippines

Online Interviews
First of all we should protect the environment from
pollution: air, land, light, noise, thermal, visual, water. In
my opinion we should keep our environment clean
properly, spread the environmental message and influence
others. We can go a step further by spreading the
environmental message and educating family members,
friends, classmates or colleagues.

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-Dulanjan Watagoda, Sri Lanka

Online Interviews
As a marine engineering student, and especially as a
seafarer, it is already practiced in our school to protect the
environment so that when we go onboard the ship and
travel across the seas, we're already responsible for
protecting our environment and most especially the marine
environment. We segregate wastes carefully and dispose it
when we arrive in port specifically plastic, non-incinerable
wastes like bottles, cans, and metallic materials. We
incinerate papers and oily rags onboard. And that's we how
protect and care for our environment.
-Alther Ray Dioso, Marine Engineering student

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Online Interviews
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I am an advocate of saving our mother nature. I do simple
things to save her such as the 3 R's: Reduce, Reuse and
Recycle and also, educating small kids about our
environment, the kids are the hope of tomorrow and
environmental knowledge is an important thing that we
should instill in them so that in the near future they will be
the ones to teach the next generations. As early as now we
should make a move on saving our Mother because the
danger is not what man do to nature but what nature can
do to man.
-Loi Bryan Verona

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Symposium

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Symposium

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Symposium

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Mangrove Planting

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Coastal cleanup

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Success indicator

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Success indicator

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Success indicator
Post-Symposium Interviews
Volunteerism is the act in which you are
helping someone or anyone without the
instruction of others. I can show a simple
act of volunteerism by helping a old
woman cross the street.
Picking up garbage and putting them in the
garbage bin are the simplest thing I can do
for the environment. One thing I wish to do
is to stop the people abusing nature.
-Paul Dennis Baling, Participant

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Success indicator
Post-Symposium Interviews
Volunteerism is your willingness to serve
without expecting something in return;
giving your full dedication with a passion in
your heart. By taking the initiative to lead
my group, I exhibit volunteerism.
I also joined the environmental club in our
school and participated in different
activities like tree planting and cleanup
drive. I hope to preserve nature as it is now
for a longer time for the next the
generations to witness its beauty.
-Danica Kaye Barredo, Participant

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Success indicator
Post-Symposium Interviews
Based on my learning, volunteerism is an
act where you help others without the
pamilit of others and also taking the risk
of the challenge in volunteering. I have
shown volunteerism by throwing the
garbage of others into the trash can, giving
old clothes to the home of the aged,
typhoon victims, and prisoners. And also
helping others by carrying their things so
that it will not be hard for them if it is
heavy.

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Success indicator
Post-Symposium Interviews
The things Ive done as far as the
environment is concerned are planting
trees, disposing my garbage properly, and
cleaning the place with the broomstick. I
wish that nature will be as clean as when
God created it, telling all the people to
dispose their garbage everywhere
especially in bodies of water. And also to
stop illegal loggings, close factories that
produce black smokes, greenhouse gases,
and CFC that destroy the ozone layer.

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Future Plans

Turn CHMSC-Talisay into a STRAW-FREE


institution
Promote recycling of plastic straw
Put up the signages that the Lab Schoolers
made
Conduct more tree and mangrove planting
activities
Reach more people on the awareness of our

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Special thanks

To

Woodworks People
Perfecto Gumban
Aquatic Cooperative of Himamaylan City
Hon. Agustin Ernesto Bascon, City Mayor of
Himamaylan
Hon. Dino Yulo, Board Member of 5th District

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Realization
Theres

nothing
stronger
than the
heart of a

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