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Restore our Earth Series: Session 1 with EDC BINHI & NTFP-EP Philippines

May 1 @ 10:00 am 11:30 am

Following the theme of earth day “Restore our Earth, and the Generation Restoration Philippines movement, we are launching a series featuring lessons and valuable projects from key stakeholders in restoration.

For the first session, we are joined by Prof. Pat Malabrigo of UPLB and also Energy Development Corporation’s BINHI who will talk about the importance of conserving native, threatened tree species and restoration programs
and Gaby Alegre of Non-timber Forest Products Exchange Programme (NTFP) Philippines who will talk about lessons from indigenous peoples and their involvement in restoration.

The series of learning sessions is to showcase the work of restoration players in the Philippines and to inspire the movement in Generation Restoration Philippines in line with the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.


**The event posters and artworks were made by our talented Creatives Committee and environmental steward, Rabin Canuzo. About the artwork inspiration, he shares: “The individual holding a seedling is a representation of generation restoration, and you’ll notice 2 blue circles at the back of the kid; trees are growing from there as a contrast to the gloomy landscape with dead trees and animal.”


May 1, 2021
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Event Category:


Philippine Parks & Biodiversity


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