Monthly Archive:: June 2017
http://greenhomenyc.org/blog/striving-towards-zero-waste-in-new-york-city-schools/ Now that classes are in full swing, an environmental advocacy group wasted no time to prod school administrators to strengthen current efforts promoting ecological solid waste management (ESWM) in the school system. Through a press statement,
The EcoWaste Coalition, a waste and pollution watchdog group, urged the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) not to push through with its threat of burning goods seized from illegal street vendors in the metropolis. MMDA Chairman Danilo
The one and only “Manang Luz,” recipient of the EcoWaste Coalition’s “Zero Waste Champion” award in 2005. Photo from Jai Aracama’s Facebook. Luz Escalante Sabas, the country’s pioneer Zero Waste advocate, environmentalist and founder of the Zero
The EcoWaste Coalition, an advocate for children’s protection against lead exposure, lauded the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) for making the use of lead-safe paints a mandatory requirement in facilities catering to disadvantaged and vulnerable
An environmental and health group praised the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Quezon City Government for issuing policies that will protect school children from foods and drinks containing high amounts of saturated fat, sugar or salt.