Where are our forests?

Forest rate is still on the decline by 1.9 percent annually. Logging is the hreat to all rainforests in the Third World In the Philippines too, much of the forest has already been lost because of logging. 80% of the world’s forest are gone. in 2001, less than 8% of…

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LIFE’s Tree Planting at San Pablo Watershed

Last August 6, 2008, the Lasallian Institute for the Environment (LIFE) trekked 700 to 900 steps of the San Pablo Watershed for a tree planting activity. DLS-Araneta, DLS Canlubang, DLS-CSB, DLS-Dasma, DLS Lipa, and DLS-Zobel Champions and volunteers participated in the tree planting. Around 150 seedling were planted courtesy of…

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Animosibil goes GTreen Planting

Mother Earth just got healthier as twenty four eager volunteers led by AnimoSibil’s president, Jason Ongpeng, journeyed to Barangay Talisay, Calatagan, Batangas, aiming to plant as many mangroves propagules as they could. AnimoSibil, a De La Salle Alumni Association (DLSAA) – College of Engineering subchapter, donated fifteen thousand pesos to…

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