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close this bookIdeas for Action : Save, Recycle and Do Not Pollute (IIRR, 1992, 146 p.)
close this folderIntroduction
View the documentWorkshop to produce an information kit on the ideas for action
View the documentParticipants
View the documentSave, recycle and do not polute: basic principles of ideas for action
close this folderConserving resources
View the documentEnvironment-friendly and energy-saving tips in the office
View the documentEnergy-saving actions for the home
View the documentCar care for the environment
View the documentAlternative transportation
View the documentWater power
View the documentCoastal resources conservation
View the documentEnvironment-friendly aquaculture
View the documentSoil and water conservation in upland farms
View the documentWater conservation in lowland farms
View the documentWater conservation in farm households
View the documentWater conservation at home and in the workplace
View the documentSave trees for our survival
View the documentEnvironment-friendly use of firewood
View the documentMaking a haybasket cooker
close this folderWildlife and habitat conservation
View the documentWhat not to do with wildlife
View the documentStop wildlife trade
View the documentMonitoring for the protection of wildlife
View the documentSpecial conservation campaigns for selected wildlife species
View the documentSaving an endangered endemic bird: the case of the black shama (copysychus cebuensis)
View the documentThe making of a sanctuary: the case of the olango wildlife sanctuary (lapu-lapu city, cebu)
View the documentCreation of habitat for birds in urban and rural areas
View the documentBird-watching tips
View the documentWays and reasons for documenting wildlife species and habitats
View the documentDeveloping awareness programs for youth on wildlife conservation
close this folderConsumer guides
View the documentGuide to environment-friendly shopping
View the documentCommonly used household-products which are dangerous and safer alternatives
View the documentEcotourism
View the documentGetting to know chlorofluorocarbons- (CFC) and their alternatives
View the documentHerbal medicines from nature (Department of Health-Approved)
close this folderEnvironmental action
View the documentHow to organize the community for environmental action
View the documentTaking action
View the documentCommunity vigilance for environmental protection
View the documentEnvironmentally-friendly school kids
View the documentCreation of a marine protected area
View the documentKnow the laws: report crimes against the environment!
View the documentEarthquake. preparedness
View the documentTyphoon preparedness
View the documentVolcanic eruption preparedness
close this folderRecycling/waste disposal
View the documentWhere to go to recycle in and around metro manila
View the documentProper solid waste management
close this folderPesticides
View the documentPesticide management in the home (In case you need to use these chemicals)
View the documentAlternatives to pesticides
View the documentKeeping chemicals out of your food
View the documentFood safety practices


1. Mr. Joselito Baril, Assistant Professor, Wildlife Biology Laboratory, UPLB, College, Laguna

2. Ms. Maribeth Reyes-Baril, Haribon Foundation, 340 Villamor Street, San Juan, Metro Manila

3. Dr. Teodora Bagarinao, Scientist II, SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department, Tigbauan, lloilo

4. Mr. Emmanuel Carmona, Broad Initiatives for Negros, Development, Green Alert Negros, Environmental, Network, 2nd Floor, Door 1, Silos Building, Rosario St., Bacolod City 6100

5. Engr. Samuel Contreras, Supervising Agriculturist, Bureau of Soil and Water Management, SRDC Bldg., Elliptical Road con Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City

6. Ms. Dolores Ariadne Diamante, Appropriate Technology Unit, IIRR, Silang, Cavite

7. Dr. Sandy Fortuna, Field Operational Research Division, IIRR, Silang, Cavite

8. Dr. Julian F. Gonsalves, Vice-President for Program, IIRR, Silang, Cavite

9. Engr. Antonino Hormillosa, Chief, Policies, Standards and Regulations, Environmental Health, Service, Department of Health, Rizal Avenue, Sta. Cruz, Manila

10. Mr. Greg Ira, Appropriate Technology Unit, IIRR, Silang, Cavite

11. Mr. Scott Killough, Director, Appropriate Technology Unit, IIRR, Silang, Cavite

12. Ms. Ma. Lourdes Lauzon-Manrique, Member, Earth Station Writers and, Artists' Collective, Inc., #2-B Masinsinan St., Teachers' Village, Quezon City

13. Ms. Manolita Morales, Philippine Wetland and Wildlife, Conservation Foundation, Inc., (PWWCFI), Unit 2, A. Sing Building, 295 Duterte St., Banawa, Cebu City 6000

14. Dr. Emma Abanes-Pujalte, International Resource Recovery and, Recycling Network, IRRREN), 117 Soliven Avenue con Copenhagen, Green Park Village, Manggahan, Pasig, Metro, Manila

15. Ms. Dolores Rubio Health and Nutrition Center Department of Education, Culture; Sports (DECS) University of Life Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig Metro Manila

16. Mr. Hector Soliman Tanggol Kalikasan Haribon Foundation Suite 901, Richbelt Tower 17 Annapolis St., Greenhills San Juan, Metro Manila

17. Mr. Manuel Velasco, Branch Manager/Program Manager, Philippine Reconstruction Movement, (Negros Branch), #28, Ochoa-17 St., Capitol Subdivision, Bacolod City

18. Ms. Meng Yaun, Field Operational Research Division, IIRR, Silang, Cavite

Support Staff


Dr. Julian Gonsalves, Mr. Greg Ira, Mr. Scott Killough and Specialists Mr. Jaime Ronquillo


Ms. Lyn Doren, Mr. Greg Ira, Mr. Scott Killough, Ms. Mamet Magno and Mr. Jaime Ronquillo


Mr. Albert Ba Mr. Boy Belardo, Mr. Ric Cantada, Mr. Henry Cruz, Mr. Mitchell Doren and Mr. Bernie Remoquillo

Logistics/Administrative/Secretarial Staff

Ms. Lhai Kasala, Ms. Angie Poblete, Ms. Jel Montoya, Ms. Gigi Naval, Ms. Mamet Magno, Mr. Ariel Madlangsacay, Ms. Ely Paredes, Ms. Violy Alvez, Ms. Gemma Boado, Ms. Tess Aquino, Ms. Girlie Belen, Ms. Hilda Amon and Mr. Gerry Medina