PUP joins 33rd Intl Coastal Cleanup Day
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In a desire to offer students quality service and support for the continuing crusade against the debris crises all over the world, the Solidarity for Environmental Education-Protection and Development (SEED) network led the 33RD International Coastal Cleanup Drive on September 22 at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. The SEED network is an official environment group in the PUP which aims to push environment advocacy and inculcate environment sustainability and practices through education. ICC activities and campaigns are designed to stimulate and coordinate global execution with emphasis on organized scientific data collection.
Embudo, F. L. P. (2018, September 27). PUP joins 33rd Intl Coastal Cleanup Day. The Manila Times, p. E2.
Coastal zone management; Environments; Sustainability; Marine debris; Litter; Plastics; Pollution; Environmental protection; Environment management; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Ocean Conservancy; Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC); National Telecommunications Commission; Environment Protection Agency( EPA); Solidarity for Environmental Education-Protection and Development (SEED); Polytechnic University of the Philippines; Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA); ABS-CBN; Sentral na Konseho ng Mag-Aaral; Students' Party for Equality and Advancement of Knowledge; Women's Initiative for Socialist Development and Freedom; Environment Protection Agency (EPA); International Maritime Alliance; Villaruel, Charizze; Tapado, Jose Gherard; Tabara, Christian Jake S.
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