San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines : An estimated 180 students, teachers, advisers and community leaders participated in Aguaterra Institute's Integrative Systems for Intuitive, Natural and Creative Technologies Workshop for the Environment December 4, 2012 at the San Pablo City Central School. The workshop participants broke up into 9 working groups to discuss the problems facing Sampaloc Lake and the urgency of taking direct action to save it from pollution and other urgent concerns. The participants came from all seven elementary school districts and the high school as a separate district. The event was a collaborative project of the Friends of Seven Lakes Foundation (FSLF), the regional Department of Education and the Aguaterra Institute. After the breakout groups conference. seven elementary school students reported their findings, strategies and commitments, as stakeholder for the lake.
FSLF President, Fernando Reyes Fabros congratulated all participants and committed to support the young environmental leaders in their quest to make a difference in saving Sampaloc Lake. Division Superintendent Susan Oribiana organized the event and later offered the library hub to house the future environmental section for books that will be sent through the Aguaterra Institute. Sanny Leviste, the founder of the Aguaterra Institute presented the environmental situation globally and locally. He encouraged the students to take charge of their future and help the community through active participation in their causes.
February 26, 2013
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