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WHAT’S NEW | ICCEM staff cleans Conservation Parks for tree planting

ICCEM personnel conducted a clean-up drive in the unit’s Conservation Parks on July 29, 2022, in preparation for the tree planting activity.

Botanical Park is sectioned into aromatic, herbal, ornamental, phytoremediator and flowering plants. Native plants are being conserved in BINHI Conservation Park.

These areas were cleared up in preparation for the tree planting activity to commence after the Thrift for Trees: Pa-live para sa Kalikasan live selling activity.

Mr. Daryl Juganas, Sub-unit Head of Environmental Conservation, actuated the maintenance of these parks, through the help of the ICCEM employees, to continue the conservation and protection of the different plants in the conservation parks, and to encourage the sustainability of the environmental efforts and initiatives of the institution. Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto, former ICCEM Head, initiated this conservation park.

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ONLY ONE EARTH | 100 Trees for World Environment Month

ICCEM personnel and other CLSU staff, enjoined by Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) students, hiked approximately 3 kilometers at Mt. 387, Brgy. Puncan, Carranglan, Nueva Ecija today, June 30, 2022, to plant 100 seedlings in celebration of the World Environment Month. The hikers, in cooperation with Kalinga sa Kalikasan ng Puncan (KAPUNCAN) headed by Mr. Roy P. Manuzon, started at 6:30AM. One hundred different native trees such as banaba, duhat, narra, and molave were planted. The “Thrift for Trees: Pa-live para sa Kalikasan” initiated by ICCEM and supported by the CLSU community, funded the tree planting activity by successfully raising an estimated amount of P13,000, sales and donations combined. With the theme “Aksyon para sa Natatanging Mundo” and the hashtag #OnlyOneEarth, this endeavor is a strong call to encourage more people to participate in the annual celebration of June as World Environment Month. Meanwhile, the adoption of the area to become CLSU-ICCEM Forest Park is being discussed with KAPUNCAN to ensure the sustainability of the #100TreesForWorldEnvironmentMonth.

#ICCEM_CLSU #100TreesForWorldEnvironmentMonth #WorldEnvironmentMonth #AksyonParaSaNatatangingMundo #OnlyOneEarth

2022 is dedicated to YoPA

This year marks the 90th anniversary of the establishment of Protected Areas in the country. On February 1, 1932, RA 3915 was passed into law, which is An Act Providing for the Establishment of National Parks, Declaring Such Parks as Game Refuges, and for other purposes.

Did you know that the first established protected area in the Philippines is located in the heart of Central Luzon? Mount Arayat National Park became the first national park in the Philippines established on June 27, 1933.

YoPA or Year of Protected Areas is an initiative made by a joint declaration by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), through its Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB) and the Biodiversity Finance Initiative (BIOFIN) of the United Nations Development Programme Philippines and in partnership with the Department of Tourism (DOT), and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG). This campaign aims to promote protected areas (PAs) under the National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) and coordinate with other agencies at the national and local levels to ensure effective conservation and sustainable management of national parks nationwide.



This is the moment to change it all — the business climate, the political climate, and how we take action on climate. Now is the time for the unstoppable courage to preserve and protect our health, our families, our livelihoods… together, we must Invest In Our Planet. Because a green future is a prosperous future. We need to act (boldly), innovate (broadly), and implement (equitably). It’s going to take all of us. All in. Businesses, governments, and citizens — everyone accounted for, and everyone accountable. A partnership for the planet. And while there is still time to solve the climate crisis, time to choose BOTH a prosperous and sustainable future and time to restore nature and build a healthy planet for our children and their children, time is short.

We are encouraging everyone to voluntarily participate. Unplug your appliances for an hour. This coming April 22, 2022 (Friday) 08:00 to 09:00 PM.

For Earth Day 2022, together, for everyone, everything, every day… #EarthDay2022 #InvestInOurPlanet #LetTheEarthBreathe #ICCEM_COS_CLSU

eFARM Academy is a CLSU-initiated project funded by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) that would position the university as a premiere international agri-fishery techno-education tourism hub. Develop a passion for learning, enroll now and help bring people closer to productivity, click here.

Project Safe is a CHED funded project which generally aimed to improve and transform the agriculture and fisheries education through extension by means of dissemination of green and remote sensing technologies to selected students, farmers, LGUs and local communities in Central Luzon using various promotional techniques and strategies. Enhancement of the system for Agriculture and Fisheries Education through the integration of Green and Remote Sensing Technologies Towards Food Security, Sustainability, Health and Safety of the Environment (SAFE>GRS>FOSHE)

CHED-funded project titled, “Formulation of Nutrichips for Disaster Resiliency”, is spearheaded by Dr. Evaristo Abella, Dean of the College of Science. It aims to come up with a nutritious-packed food, utilizing locally abundant raw materials (mushroom, moringa and seaweeds) that can be consumed before, during and after calamities. This project is in collaboration with the Institute for Climate Change and Environmental Management and College of Home Science and Industry and the Pangasinan State University Binmaley Campus. The Municipality of Anda was chosen as the pilot area because of its abundance in seaweeds.