HAPPENING NOW | ICCEM joins World Cleanup Day

ICCEM workforce takes part in the movement for a cleaner planet today, September 30, 2022.

Faculty and staff join forces in clearing up the ICCEM Conservation Park, BINHI Conservation Park, and other facilities in the office in celebration of the World Cleanup Day.

Each year the World Cleanup Day unifies millions of people from different walks of life. Volunteers, organizations, and governments from across 191 countries in the world work hand in hand through cleanup drives, in order to address waste problem, to achieve a sustainable world. With this endeavor, ICCEM invites everyone to join with the movement every year so that each of us can contribute to a cleaner planet. Let us make a move today, pick up a trash on your way!

Where: ICCEM Conservation Parks and Offices

When: September 30, 2022 (Friday @ 1:00-5:00PM)

#worldcleanupday #ICCEM_CoS_CLSU



JUST IN | Future partnerships and collaborations between ICCEM-CLSU and UST secured.

Dr. Gella Patria L. Abella, with the project team composed of Mr. Eddieson P. Canoza, and ICCEM's museum curators, Ms. Mary Angella Tolentino and Mr. Carl Dionelle Ponce, headed to University of Santo Tomas for an official visit earlier today, September 14, 2022. Warmly welcomed by Ms. Maita B. Oebanda, Collection Management and Documentation Assistant of UST museum, the scheduled meeting was successfully initiated today. Further discussions were tackled in the meeting including the selection of possible donations of the specimen for the renovated ICCEM museum. Ms. Oebanda also showcased rare specimens dated from the 19th century from the first building/campus of UST in Intramuros. ICCEM is in talks with Arch't. John Carlo L. Sayco, UST Museum Assistant Director, and Rev. Fr. Isidro C. AbaƱo, UST Museum Director, for the approval of the donation of objects and/or specimen from the museum, and for the future partnerships and collaborations. The UST Museum also encouraged the CLSU to join the International Council of Museums (ICOM) to learn more about the policies and management of museum, and trainings; and gain more networks and linkages that will benefit CLSU. Meanwhile, Dr. Abella also shared in the meeting the existence and renovation status of ICCEM museum, and the tentative date for the launching of the new ICCEM museum, which will be on December 2022.



WATCH | Coastal barangays of Malolos City, Bulacan reached by Project SAFE.

Coastal Barangays Babatnin and Namayan, Malolos City, Bulacan were visited by Project SAFE team for environmental edification, September 7-8, 2022. With the assistance of Mr. Amiel Cruz, CENRO-Malolos City, the activities were successfully coordinated ahead of the visitation. Barangay officials of Babatnin also provided support by transporting and guiding the team to the islands. The barangay officials (16) from the two coastal barangays eagerly contributed in the conversation as the speakers, Mr. Carl Dionelle Ponce and Ms. Kimberly Joy Mata, exhibited photos of different species of flora and fauna, and outputs of LiDAR technology.



WATCH | Environmental awareness activities launched in Malolos City, Bulacan.

Barangay officials (10) from Brgy. Santor, and (12) Brgy. Bungahan, Malolos City, Bulacan were recipients of educational paraphernalia last September 6, 2022. #ProjectSAFE

successfully conducted a Webinar-workshop on Biodiversity Conservation and Phytoremediation, LiDAR Technology, and Policy Forum on January 26 and 28, 2022.


Safekeeping the environment thru research and education.

Seminar-Workshop on Biodiversity Conservation

 2022-02-22 21:15:48   Project SAFE

The CHED SAFE > GRS > FOSHE project successfully conducted a seminar-workshop on biodiversity conservation on February 21, 2022. Barangay officials, the committee on agriculture, farmers, and the chairman of Brgy's backyard gardening were among the forty-two (42) participants of the Barang...

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Thank you!

 2022-02-21 17:59:39   Project SAFE

We reached our all time high in our post engagements on our facebook page, after all the advertising online and through word of mouth, we can finally say that we are making a difference. We thank you, with all of our heart.   Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/safe.grs.foshe ...

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 2022-02-08 23:11:05   Project SAFE

Plants like vetiver grass are used in phytoremediation to clean up contaminated soil and groundwater by utilizing their natural ability to absorb, collect, and/or degrade constituents of their soil and water environments. Vetiver grass is a two-meter-high grass that functions as a barrier in the ...

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FYI | Wetlands for Disaster Risk Reduction

 2022-02-07 00:13:05   Project SAFE

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 2022-02-02 01:36:16   Project SAFE

CHED SAFE>GRS>FOSHE project, successfully conducted a Webinar-workshop on Biodiversity Conservation and Phytoremediation, LiDAR Technology, and Policy Forum on January 26 and 28, 2022. Forty-one LGU officials, and barangay captains and officials; and 21 attendees from Malolos, Meycauayan an...

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