In 6-19 green film sm lanang 1 resizedline with this year’s Philippine Environment Month celebration, Department of Environment and Natural Resources-XI through its Environmental Management Bureau and SM Lanang Premier hosted the 2nd series of Green Film Festival event today at Cinema 2 SM Lanang.

The event, which is also in cooperation with the Department of Education (DepEd) and Commission on Higher Education (CHED), was participated in by students and teachers from Philippine Nikkei Jin Kai, Bernardo Carpio National Highschool, Sta. Ana National Highschool and Erico T. Nograles National Highschool.

6-19 green film sm lanang 6 resizedGreen Film Festival is a simultaneous event which features documentaries on climate change mitigation, ecological solid waste management and prevention of air and water pollution among others. It aims to educate and raise awareness of young students on the state of the Philippine environment and promote environmental sustainability as well as showcase the beauty of planet earth as well as to teach the value of preserving the environment and natural resources.

Green Film Festival was launched last February 13, 2018 at SM North Edsa in Quezon City to give teachers, students and environmental advocates the opportunity to watch various films and video materials about the environment. It also aims to inspire the youth sector in the protection and sustainable management of the environment and natural resources.

6-19 green film sm lanang 8 resizedIn Davao City, the first screening was held last April 10 at Cinema 2 of SM Lanang Premier. The 3rd screening will be held on August 14, 2018 at Cinema 4 of SM Ecoland and the 4th screening will be held on October 9 at Cinema 4 of SM Ecoland.

The Green Film Festival is one of the many initiatives of DENR-EMB in compliance to Republic Act 9512 or the National Environmental Awareness and Education Act which is now on its 10th year of enactment.



Public warned vs. misleading info on cost of processing land title

The Land Management Bureau (LMB) has urged the public to ignore and stop sharing a Facebook post claiming that P50.00 is all it takes to secure a land title, calling it "misleading and erroneous."

The post claims that those who wish to have their lands titled only need to pay an application fee of P50.00 or a "package fee" of P185, which includes the "application fee, stamp and clearance."

It even cited an official of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) as the source of the information, probably to make the post look authentic.



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