Video Entries of 2021 Mga Kwentong KLIMA-likasan Tungo sa Katatagan

 
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 THE 2021 MGA KWENTONG KLIMA-LIKASAN TUNGO SA KATATAGAN: CLIMATE AND DISASTER RESILIENCE AWARDS SECOND PLACE WINNER

 REYNALDO S. GONZALES

The City of Zamboanga is one of the model cities which integrated the reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions as a component for their Local Climate Change Action Plan (LCCAP). The LCCAP, supplemented with the GHG Management Plan, is a key document to guide the GHG reduction strategies and implementation of programs of the city LGU for the present and coming years.
 
With the assistance from U.S. Agency for International Development Strengthening Urban Resilience for Growth with Equity (USAID SURGE) Project, the city was able to undertake GHG inventory that was later used to craft their GHG Management Plan. Their targets include the reduction of fossil fuel and electricity consumption in their Local Government Unit (LGU) offices. These were achieved through the strict implementation of policies on vehicles, as well as their maintenance, utilization of paperless communication, and minimized use of electricity and use of energy-efficient appliances and equipment.
 
The same practices are being duplicated at the community level together with other climate change mitigation measures such as waste-to-value efforts, establishment of Material Recovery Facility, development of the Zamboanga City Water Front and heritage walk development which has been inaugurated this year as part of the Green, Green, Green Program, construction of climate resilient buildings, and the conduct of rehabilitation, reforestation, and enhancement projects in the city’s watershed and central district mangrove forest areas.
 
Through these efforts, the Local Government of Zamboanga City hopes to mitigate and reduce the effects of climate change in addition to helping its citizens to cope up with the pandemic.

 

Click here to see the full KLIMA-likasan Entry: Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission Reduction: Zamboanga City Initiatives For Climate Change Mitigation

 
 
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BIENVENIDO M. CRUZ JR.
 
 Si Bienvenido “Benjo” Cruz Jr. ay ang Pinuno ng Tanggapan ng Kasaysayan, Pamana, Sining, Kultura at Turismo ng dakilang Bayan ng Bulakan. Ang Bayan ng Bulakan ayyy kilala bilang Bayan ng mga Bayani na may mga mamamayan na nagkakaisa, nagtutulungan, at may malalim na pananampalataya. Buhay na buhay rin sa Bayan ng Bulakan ang diwa ng BAYANIHAN.
 
Nakamulatan ni Benjo ang kalinisan ng kailugan sa Bulakan. Ngunit sa paglipas ng panahon at pagdami ng populasyon, hindi maiiwasan ang pagdami ng mga basura at kawalan ng disiplina ng iilang mga kababayan.
 
Kasama ang iba't ibang sektor sa kanilang komunidad, tinukoy nila ang mga istruktura na kailangang ipagawa at ayusin, mga lugar na tambakan ng basura na kailangang linisin mga kanal, patubigan at kailugan na kailangan alagaan at mahalin. Dito nagsimula at nabuo ang isang programa na tinawag na “VolunTourism” na naglalayon na hikayatin ang kapwa niyang Bulakenyo na makiisa at makibahagi sa kanilang iba't-ibang mga makakalikasang programa katulad ng patuloy na paglilinis ng kapaligiran at kailugan.
Naniniwala si Benjo na ang paglilinis na ginagawang ito sa kailugan na nasasakupan ng kabayanan ay simula pa lamang ng isang mas malaking proyekto na magdadala ng maraming turista at paglago ng turismo.

 

Click here to see the full KLIMA-likasan Entry: Bayan : Bayani : Bayanihan

 
 
 
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The City Environment and Natural Resources Office of Cauayan, Isabela believes that implementing R.E.C.H.A.R.G.E. can help save Mother Earth. We can avert climate change and with this, we can help take care of the environment.
 
R – ead and implement R.A. 9003 or the “Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000”
E – xchange your waste into CASH; Exchange your waste into RICE
C – lean Drive Program
H – eap/Vermi/Pit or the HVP Composting System
A – void burning of waste
R – educe, Reuse, Recycle
G – reen Revolution Program/Greening Program
E – ‘s for the Criteria in the search for Model Barangay implementing R.A. 9003 (Engineering, Economy, Enforcement and Environmental Impact)

 

Click here to see the full KLIMA-likasan Entry: R.E.C.H.A.R.G.E. Mother Earth to Avert Climate Change = Caring for the Environment

 
 
 
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CEBU CITY - LEXMARK RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - GREGORIO BAGUIORO
 
Lexmark Research and Development Corporation (LRDC) located in Cebu, Philippines, operates its business in a manner that results in a better world from both a humanitarian and ecological perspective. As they strive to maintain best practices for sustainability in global scale, Lexmark’s commitment to corporate social responsibility focuses on balancing economic, environmental, occupational health and safety and social concerns.
 
As part of its global team, Lexmark Cebu is sensitive to the environment and strives to ensure that their daily operations do not harm the local environment. Understanding their responsibility to help maintain balance in the natural world, they engage our communities primarily in reforestation programs and watershed protection.
 
With their partnership with various Non-Government Organizations (NGO) and Community Environment and Natural Resource Office (CENRO), LRDC was able to reforest 5 hectares with 16,945 fruit-bearing and seedlings and trees in Cebu City. They also stated that they prioritized tree planting efforts in order to offset the impact of paper consumption. Since 2008, LRDC has also planted 138,000 mangrove trees in various coastal and watershed areas in Cebu. They also participate in the celebration of the International Coastal Cleanup Day.
 
Lexmark strives to be a good corporate citizen in communities where their employees live and work. They contribute financial support, equipment, facilities, loaned talent, technical assistance and volunteer support to organizations on a local, national and global scale. These regional efforts are also published in a Global CSR report that maximizes the reach of Lexmark Cebu and its program.

 

Click here to see the full KLIMA-likasan Entry: Lexmark Cebu: 2 Decades of Global Citizenship

 
 
 
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Lexmark operates its business in a manner that results in a better world from both a humanitarian and ecological perspective. As they strive to maintain best practices for sustainability, Lexmark’s commitment to corporate social responsibility is global in reach, balancing economic, environmental, occupational health and safety, and social concerns.
 
Lexmark Cebu is sensitive to the environment in our operations and strives to ensure that our operations do not harm the local environment. The company implements recyclable of non-hazardous waste, plastic waste reduction through conducting ecobricks project, using “paperless print”, and implementing zero styro environmental program. They also provisioned a Material Recovery Facility to Hipodromo Elementary School and conducted Green Living blogging competition where employees share their inspirational stories on sustainable green-living at home or elsewhere.
 
Lexmark strives to be a good corporate citizen in the communities where their employees live and work. They provide financial support, equipment, facilities, loaned talent, technical assistance, and volunteer support to organizations on local, national, and global scale.

 

Click here to see the full KLIMA-likasan Entry: Lexmark Cebu: Working Together for Our Future