Green Convergence’s Philippine Native Trees is a non-technical informative series of books written as a tribute to our country’s native trees. Headed by Philippien Native Trees Champion and Program Officer Imelda Sarmiento, the organization has already produced three volumes and now on its writing stage to produce the fourth one. Aside from the book project, Green Convergence is also spearheading the Living Philippine Native Trees Museum at the Real de Cacarong, in the Municipality of Pandi, Province of Bulacan. Facilities of the museum complex include an amphitheater for concerts and events, PWD-friendly architecture, a cistern for water harvesting, school bus parking lot for Lakbay Aral activities, and a picnic area. A shrine for the fallen members of Katipunan who camped in the vicinity is just nearby.
About the Project
The state of air quality and the need for expansion of green spaces in Metro Manila was the subject of the 355th monthly Kamayan Para sa Kalikasan Forum held on October 18, 2019 (Friday) at...