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Follow Lodel of Haribon Advocacy as he takes you through the heat and even his childhood days climbing mango trees. What is his point? To bring back the good 'ol days by planting new trees today for generations that have yet to come and enjoy them.
Earth Day is celebrated internationally to bring more attention to what we've overlooked the most, especially in our cities: our planet and our home. We celebrated this mindset with the Cultural Center of the Philippines last April.
Haribon strives to protect Important Bird Areas or IBAs along side a wide array of people living in and among them. Read more about one of these IBAs on the island of Mindoro. The largest remaining virgin forest on the island surrounding Mt. Siburan.
Haribon member Lanie Carillo shares with us a candid and honest perspective on our relationship with nature while attending Haribon's Green Travel journey to the forests of Mangatarem. "I admit, I know more mobile apps than trees. I don't even know how a narra looks like except when it is turned into tables and chairs."
What will it take to bring back our forests? It will take every single human being in the country to do so in one lifetime. Is it possible for us to "resurrect" what is now beginning to be the end of these forests?