easier ways to become an environmental advocate with Luis Manzano


I was at Glorietta 4 this Thursday, March 16, and WWF Philippines was holding a fundraising activity in support of the advocacy programs lead by Marine Conservations Steward Luis Manzano. He spearheaded the activity called Individual Donor Programme to invite all mall goers to contribute to programs making communities sustainable and environmentally concerned.
With the IDP, people can contribute for one time or a lifetime to environmental conservation efforts in the Philippines by visiting WWF booths located in different malls. It will be a more convenient way for us to give back to our planet by providing support to activities like: promoting clean source of renewable energy, educating the youth on environmental conservation and helping slow or reverse climate change impacts. See the interview below:


Luis Manzano champions WWF's Marine Conservation Program that includes initiatives on sustainable fisheries plus food security, community-based ecotourism, and biodiversity conservation.

WWF Project sites include Tubbataha Reefs and Cagayancillo in Palawan, Donsol in Sorsogon, Mt. Iglit-Baco Mountain Range in Mindoro, Ipo Watershed in Bulacan and Hamilo Coast in Batangas. WWF-Philippines also conducts climate studies in 16 key cities around the country.

On March 25, join WWF-Philippines with the rest of the world in making a difference by turning off lights and reverse and slow down climate change as we celebrate Earth Hour. Center of activities is at SM Mall of Asia by the Bay earlier on and highlighting the event at 8:30 to 9:30 pm with the turning off the lights.

Learn more about the IDP and other WWF-Philippines programs via wwf.org.ph.

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