How to Get Involved Empower journalists across the globe to report on the problem and its emerging solutions. Set up a screening of an environmentally-themed movie. Consider supplementing the screening with a speaker who can lead a Q&A following the film.
The Philippines supports and joins the world in celebrating the International Earth Day/ Month of Planet Earth through the issuance of Presidential Proclamation No. 1481 and 1482. Presidential Proclamation No. 1481, s. 2008 Declaring April 22 of every year as the “Philippines Earth Day”. Presidential Proclamation No. 1482 s. 2008 Declaring the month of April every year thereafter as “the Month of Planet Earth” in the Philippines.
Participate planting trees, adopt tree program, and create an eco-fair with local green businesses and environmental organizations.
Support the National Greening Program (NGP) by planting and caring more trees.
Earth Month 2018
Stop illegal logging, kaingin farming and other environmental crimes against our forest. Show and apply best practices in solid waste management. Recycle, Reuse, Reduce, Refuse, Remove. Support and promote decarbonized economy. Use alternative sources of renewable energy. Produced by
Department of Environment & Natural Resources Provincial Environment & Natural Resources Office
April 22, 2018 is the International Earth Day #endplasticpollution
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#endplasticpollution A World Without Plastic Pollution Earth Day 2018 Campaign
Apply 5Rs in waste management . Make a donation. Activate our friends and social networks. We can do this.
From poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones, from littering our beaches and landscapes to clogging our waste streams and landfills, the exponential growth of plastics is now threatening the survival of our planet. In response, Earth Day 2018 will focus on fundamentally changing human attitude and behavior about plastics and catalyzing a significant reduction in plastic pollution.
Work with the universities, school teachers and students to End Plastic Pollution Work with other organizations and networks and make Earth Day 2018 a platform to End Plastic Pollution by
Did you know?
ACCORDING TO AN ARTICLE BY THE BBC:
8.3 billion metric tons (9.1 billion US
tons) of virgin (non-recycled) plastic has been produced to date. Generating 6.3 billion metric tons (6.9 billion US tons) of plastic waste. 9% of that waste has been recycled. 12% has been incinerated. The remaining 79% (5.5 billion US tons) of plastic waste has accumulated in landfills and the natural environment. 12 billion metric tons (13.2 billion US tons) will enter landfills or the environment by 2050 if current production and waste management trends continue.
Our strategy to End Plastic Pollution will: Lead and support the adoption of a global framework to regulate plastic pollution. Educate and mobilize citizens across the globe to demand action from governments and corporations to control and diminish plastic pollution. Inform and activate citizens to take personal responsibility for the plastic pollution that each one of us generates by choosing to reject, reduce, reuse and recycle plastics.
developing resources that others can use and build partnerships. Promote the work that cities and local governments are doing to tackle plastic pollution.