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         ROSALES, PANGASINAN – In the quest of saving and protecting Mother Earth, the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) Pangasinan joined billions of people around the globe in over 192 countries in the celebration of the largest civic event dedicated to planet Earth on April 22, 2015 at SM City Rosales. In partnership with SM Corporation, and Pangasinan Photographers Club,   PENRO Pangasinan showcased the different effects of climate change through photographs, posters and slogans with the theme, “Capturing the Effects of Climate Change”.

          Pangasinan PENR Officer Leduina Co states that various projects and programs are continually done by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to educate and inform everyone on the biggest challenge the world is facing right now. “Through our advocacies, we are enlightening every Filipino on how to address the problem on climate change. We should reflect on our daily activities if these are helping in the protection and preservation of the environment. On reducing the use of plastics, on proper disposal of wastes, reducing carbon footprints, we should act on the right things”.

            The Earth Day Celebration also highlighted various photographs showcased in an exhibit through the talented and promising photographers of the Pangasinan Photographers Club.  Markfil Tersol, President of the Pangasinan Photographers Club shares that these photographs captured express different messages and situations on current and pressing issues on climate change and global warming. “Through our photos, we want to convey the message of raising awareness to the people on this pressing issue that we should act on it as soon as possible.”

              DENR-I Assistant Regional Director for Management Services Engr. Pedro L. Noble also graced the event. In his message, Noble encouraged everyone to actively participate in the environmental protection and preservation and be responsible caretakers of our planet; making Earth day not just a one day event but a lifelong commitment to Mother Earth. (Felisandelle C. De Vera – RPAO)

Photo Releases

Candles were lighted on after the simultaneous switching off of Lights at the City Plaza with Mayor Pablo C. Ortega, Busted fluorescent lights were surrendered to the City Government in exchange for LED-Lights provided by the DENR-EMB.  Some of the works of the youth “glowed in the dark” as their output for the “Painting in the Dark” activity  which bear environmental messages and the awarding of winners in the said contest.

RD Samuel Peñafiel and DENR-1 employees gleefully looking through a bamboo basket as one of the products of the People’s Organizations displayed during the exhibit; On right photo shows RD Peñafiel with RD Jennilyne Role of the Philippine Information Agency who opened the Exhibit along with ARD Gwendolyn Bambalan of Technical Services and ARD Pedro Noble of Management Services and ARD Dina Gaerlan of Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (in black suit). A Press Conference participated by print and broadcast media, POs and concerned government agencies. One of the livelihood presentors, Mr. Paulino Laganas, the PO President of Le Dilla Duhat Wine sharing the technology and their success story behind their duhat-wine enterprise.

DENR-1 Regional Director Paquito T. Moreno, Jr. on an interview by Radio Anchor Absalom Flores and Aiza Manongdo of BOMBO Radyo La Union regarding the captured wildlife species which was turned over to the DENR. He lauded the responsible citizens for such act and expressed his appreciation to them where they are of great help in the preservation and conservation of the wildlife.

BOMBO RADYO represented by Anchor Absalom Flores (3rd fr. right) and Aiza Manongdo (yellow shirt) turning over a migratory bird species identified as Peregrine falcon  by Ms. Marlyn Racoma, (Environment Management Specialist of the Conservation and Development Division of the DENR) (extreme right). Also in the photo are Engr. Ronnie Jacinto, Supervising Specialist (2nd from right), Mr. Jose Nullar of CDD, Mr. Generoso Garcia of RPAO and Dr. Joey Zarate of CDD.

The migratory bird which was captured by a certain Mr. Fidel Corpuz of Brgy. Namtutan, San Fernando City, La Union will be taken to the Recovery Area for wildlife species and when fully recovered it will be eventually released in its natural habitat.

Engr. Paquito T. Moreno, Jr. was formally installed as the new Regional Director of DENR-Region 1 by Undersecretary for Field Operations Demetrio L. Ignacio, Jr. in a ceremony welcoming the Incoming Environment Chief at the DENR-1 Social Hall, San Fernando City, La Union on April 17, 2015.  Also in the photo are retired former RD Samuel R. Peñafiel (left), ASEC Marcial Amaro and Director Lourdes Ferrer of Project Operation and Management. Also in the photo below are staff of the Mines and Geo Sciences Bureau, Engr. Renato Rimando and Engr. Antonio Cafirma. 

ACTS OF GREEN – (from Left to Right) SM City Rosales Mall Manager Engr. Jersey Mendoza,DENR-I ARD for Management Services Engr. Pedro L. Noble, Pangasinan PENR Officer Leduina Co, DEPED representative Janet Albaño, Pangasinan Photographers Club President Markfil Tersol on the ceremonial ribbon cutting of the Earth Day Celebration 2015 at SM City Rosales on April 22, 2015.

ARD for Management Engr. Pedro L. Noble inspires everyone to take part and be responsible individuals by taking care of Mother Earth and preserving it for the next generation.

With the Depleting Nature, how sure is our future?” – A young boy representing the future generation holds one of the environmental slogans showcased in the Earth Day Celebration 2015.

Pangasinan Photographers Club President Markfil Tersol explains the story behind the photos to ARD Pedro Noble and Pangasinan PENR Officer Leduina Co.

FASHION FOR LESS – In celebration of the World Earth Day held last April 23, 2015, the local government of the City of San Fernando in partnership with local designers, City Environment and Natural Resources Office,  Department of Environment and Natural Resources  Regional Office-1, Environmental Management Bureau, and earth savers gathered in a fashion show dedicated for the protection and preservation of Mother Earth. “Jazzed Up Fashion show” showcased both creative and fashionable designs which promoted the advocacy of the 3Rs (Reduce, Re-use, Recycle). From old cut-out clothes to old curtains and pillowcases, everything used were re-used to create stylish new clothes without spending much and at the same time, a great effort in saving the planet.

ARD for Management Services Engr. Pedro L. Noble encourages everyone in his earth day message to actively participate in protection and preservation of the only liveable planet which is Mother Earth. The impact of climate change is now greatly felt by every country in every continent. Noble expresses that by being responsible citizens and caretakers of the Earth, we  will experience a healthier and safer environment.

Designer Jake Randolf Tadina (center) with his winning pieces for the formal wear category worn by his models in the awarding ceremonies of the Jazz Up Fashion Show together with judges (from L-R) Lhenville Paneda, Cassandra Rabovskhy, and Maria Venus Junio. DENR-I ARD for Management Services Engr. Pedro L. Noble (2nd from right) also congratulated the winner with City Environment and Natural Resources Officer Mr. Valmar Valdez (1st from right).

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