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Kampay-Kabataan is a small group of young Filipinos who have come together to advocate for environmental awareness and education through the arts.
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Jul 9
Message: Invitation: Clean Up the World Weekend on September 16
by Michelle E. (0 comments | 0 discussions) — In celebration of this year\\\'s Clean Up the World Weekend, Clean Up the Philippines Movement together with the Australian Embassy in Manila, DENR-SCO and DAKILA will coordinate the 2006 Clean Up the Philippines Day on September 16, 2006. This weekend ... more »


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{ else }   Message: Kampay Kabataan para sa Kalikasan
by Michelle E. (0 comments | 0 discussions) — The Philippines is home to more than 52,000 species of plants and animals of which more than half are found nowhere else in the world! This fact may come as a surprise since little information and attention is given to the nation’s biological di... more »

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{ else }   Message: Clean Up the Philippines joins Earth Day Celebration  

Members of Clean Up the Philippines campaign will join millions of volunteers around the globe in the celebration of Earth Day.


Volunteers and Members of Kaya Football Club from Sunvalley, Parañaque City will hold their Earth Day tree planting activity on April 21, 2007 at Tanay, Province of Rizal.  On the same day, the Rotary Club of Mandaue North together with other Cebu-based environmental organizations will have an Earth Day film showing of the Inconvenient Truth at SM Cinema Theatre, Cebu City.


Members of Clean Up the Philippines campaign are encouraged to support Clean Up the World's 2007 theme, "Our Climate, Our Actions, Our Future" - joining communities around the world taking action on climate change.


On September 15, 2007, thousands of volunteers are expected to participate in the Clean Up the Philippines Day, a simultaneous nationwide clean up activity held in conjunction with the national clean up month and international Clean Up the World Weekend Celebration.


Clean Up the Philippines campaign is under the banner of Clean Up the World.  Supported by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Clean Up the World is a global environmental initiative which involves more than 35 million volunteers in over 120 countries each year, making it one of the most largest community-based environmental campaigns in the world.


For more information on Clean Up the Philippines visit www.mycleanup.org.


For more information on Clean Up the World visit www.cleanuptheworld.org.


Posted: Apr 10, 2007 7:58am | (0) | (0) |  
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{ else }   Alert: Clean Up the Philippines Day 2007  
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A simultaneous nationwide clean up activity will be held in the Philippines on September 15, 2007 in conjunction with the national clean up month and Clean Up the World Weekend celebration.

Dubbed as "Clean Up the Philippines Day", it will involve volunteers from all walks of life working together to clean up areas around the local community, from rivers and beaches, to parks and side streets.  Simply removing (and where possible recycling) waste from public areas can vastly improve the looks and health of an area.  This can have a positive impact on local trade and tourism, environmental awareness, restoration of flora and fauna and wildlife habitats and community pride.

To register for Clean Up the Philippines Day, visit www.mycleanup.org.  Registration is free!

Clean Up the Philippines Day is supported by the Australian Embassy in Manila, Asian Terminals Incorporated, Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Fiesta Hosting.

Clean Up the Philippines Day is a part of Clean Up the World global campaign.  Supported by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Clean Up the World is a global environmental initiative which involves more than 35 million volunteers in over 120 countries each year, making it one of the most successful community-based environmental campaigns in the world.

For more information on Clean Up the World, visit www.cleanuptheworld.org.
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