As discussion and controversy ebb to and fro in the wake of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato si’, Fr Peter Walpole SJ and his team roll up their sleeves as usual and continue their long-term work on the river flood planes and forestry education in the Philippians.
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Sustainable action is a nonprofit organization made up of college students committed to improving the state of our environment through the promotion of sustainable development.
They are seeking to raise awareness and encourage our community to take action to provide information and means necessary; as studies and projects to extend such behavior in their private and professional life.
With the motto: “All for a better environment“, the Agricultural Technical School Kamba Rembe Fe y Alegria, located in General Resquín (San Pedro), has organized a series of academic activities (workshops, lectures, debates) throughout the month May and June, seeking to raise awareness among authorities and the general public about the fundamental importance of preserving the environment and promoting sustainable development, that does not pollute or damage in any way the natural resources of the community.
The Division of Research and Outreach (SIV), promotes the protection, preservation, enhancement and dissemination of indigenous culture; promotes the improvement of living standards of families and not Ayuujk. Ayuujk through alternative restoration and conservation of ecosystems, the integrated management of solid waste, agricultural and forest production, and marketing them under the focus of sustainable development.
With the donation of hundreds of food products, Elementary School P. Silvio González, SJ commemorated on October 16, World Food Day, the 2014 motto is: “Feed the world, protect the planet,” as a way to promote awareness of family farming and small farmers.
Primary P. Silvio González, SJ uses this context to raise awareness among students, through collaboration with non-perishable food donated them to try to meet the food needs of others.
According to the UN commemoration focused world attention on the important role of family farming in the eradication of hunger and poverty, achieving food security and improving nutrition, improving livelihoods, management of natural resources, protection of the environment and the achievement of sustainable development, particularly in rural areas.