50 student leaders join climate change initiative
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The camp is a brainchild of the JBLFMU Community and Extension Services (CES) spearheaded by Mary Mar Esmaña in cooperation with the Research Department under Dr. Melchor Magramo. Aside from Guimaras youths, the camp also invited selected student leaders from the institution’s Molo, Arevalo, and Bacolod campuses. According to Esmaña, the camp was full of eco-themed activities ranging from lectures on arts and crafts, leadership, climate change awareness and recycling to outdoor activities like swimming, sea grass inspection and mangrove identification, talent night and more.
Noarbe, E.S. (2016, May 31). 50 student leaders join climate change initiative. The Daily Guardian, p. B6.
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Climatic changes; Nature conservation; Lectures; Swimming; Sea grass; Mangroves; Protected areas; Woodland Bike Park; John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU); JBLFMU Community and Extension Services (CES); American Peace Corps; Esmaña, Mary Mar; Magramo, Melchor; Ornos, Riza; Goldney, Emily; Field, Tanner
- The Daily Guardian