There is #OnlyOneEarth.
Join us, the Institute for Climate Change and Environmental Management, College of Science, Central Luzon State University (ICCEM, CoS, CLSU), as we help protect and restore our common home, the Earth.
Together, let's celebrate June as #WorldEnvironmentMonth!
We are encouraging everyone to voluntarily participate. Unplug your appliances for an hour. This coming April 22, 2022 (Friday) 08:00 to 09:00 PM. For Earth Day 2022, together, for everyone, everything, everyday.
Agroecosystems provide various ecosystem services. The agroecosystem practices determine the state of soil health, quality of agricultural products, food security, and food sustainability. #BiodiversityConservation #ProjectSAFE #ICCEM_CLSU #CHED_HEDF ...[read more]
DID YOU KNOW THAT? One of the endemic species that can only be found in the forest ecosystems of Zambales is the TAPULAO SHREW RAT. Illegal settlement and unsustainable utilization of resources by local communities have degraded Mt. Tapulao (Rivera and Paz-Alberto, 2020). Current misguided and...[read more]
Conservation and protection of mangroves increases the interface between marine and terrestrial ecosystems, supporting unique fauna with high biodiversity by providing habitats, nurseries, shelter and feeding areas for various animals such as reptiles, mammals, fish, shrimps, and birds like collared...[read more]