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FSLF join the SELFIEs for #NOWPH Social Mobilization Project

FSLF join the SELFIEs for #NOWPH Social Mobilization Project

In response to the national concern and government implementing policies and programs for Climate Change, Friends of Seven Lakes Foundation (FSLF) join the social mobilization campaign #NOWPH: One Million Filipino Youth Voices initiated by Greeneration Philippines. The campaign aims to unite the Filipino Youth for the 2015 Paris Climate Conference in the call to prevent global warming from […]

GenY spearhead Campus Journalism Workshop

GenY spearhead Campus Journalism Workshop

Last November 15, 2014, FSLF had a Campus Journalism Workshop for youth in San Pablo City. It was organized by FSLF and the Gen Y group. Gen Y is the youth media group of the FSLF which empower the youth to be engaged in community service and at the same time honing their skills and talents. About […]

Laguna’s 7 Crater Lakes proclaimed world’s most threatened

Laguna’s 7 Crater Lakes proclaimed world’s most threatened

  MANILA – The Philippines’ Seven Crater Lakes in San Pablo City, Laguna have been chosen as the “Threatened Lakes of the Year 2014” by the Germany-based environmental group Global Nature Fund (GNF). In commemoration of World Wetlands Day, the GNF drew attention to the advancing destruction of the seven crater lakes, named Sampaloc, Bunot, Mojicap, […]

SCLWMC Welcomes 2011

SCLWMC Welcomes 2011

The Seven Crater Lakes & Watershed Management Council hosted the visit of LLDA’s new General Manager, Hon. Rodrigo Cabrera on January 18, 2011 at the Clyndenjosh Restaurant along Dagatan Blvd in San Pablo City.  The group revisited pending lakes issues such as the lack of funds for the construction of housing units for the informal […]

Federation of River Councils Update 2012

The Federation of River Councils met for its regular meeting in Taytay, Rizal on June 26, 2012. Sec. Neric Acosta gave the current status and problems being encountered by the fisherfolk in Laguna de Bay. One main problem is the proliferation of an invasive species known locally as the knife fish. Mr. Bobby Azores brought […]

Balik Tanaw at Pagpapasya sa Kinabukasan ng Sampaloc Lake

Balik Tanaw at Pagpapasya sa Kinabukasan ng Sampaloc Lake

An informal meeting was held on September 1, 2013 from 4:00-7:00 pm at Cafe Lago. Present were: Msgr. Jerry Bitoon, Judge Bien Reyes, Ike & Lerma Prudente, Emma Marino, Mar Torrizo, Bobby & Cari Azores, Arvin Carandang, Fernando Fabros, Lily Brul, Christopher Rojas, Dr. Elvie Galicia, Claudine Villanueva, Ricky Tan, Ompong & Glecy Rivera, Dave […]

Meeting with Mayor, Loreto “Amben” Amante on Lake Issues

Meeting with Mayor, Loreto “Amben” Amante on Lake Issues

September 16, 2013 was an important day for the San Pablenos as Mayor Amben Amante welcomed a group of concerned citizens to discuss the issues of the seven lakes and other related matters. Also at the meeting with the Mayor were LGU representatives including City Councilors Totoy See and Karla Adajar. At the meeting it […]

FSLF Joins the 2013 Seven Lakes Tourism Master Plan Consultation Workshop

FSLF Joins the 2013 Seven Lakes Tourism Master Plan Consultation Workshop

The Laguna Lake Development Authority in partnership with the Local Government of the City of San Pablo conducts a Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on December 5 and 6, relative to the formulation of Seven Crater Lakes Tourism Master Development Plan and Framework for the Formulation of Development and Management Plan for the Seven Crater Lakes at […]

What are the United Nations   Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)?

What are the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)?

The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – which range from halving extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by the target date of 2015 – form a blueprint agreed to by all the world’s countries and all the world’s leading development institutions. They have galvanized unprecedented efforts to […]

Site Development Along Sampaloc Lake

Site Development Along Sampaloc Lake

Through the request of Board Members Karen Agapay, Rey Paras and Kathleen Yambot and approval of Governor Teresita Lazaro, a rehabilitation project along the shoreline of Sampaloc Lake has been started with funding from the Provincial Government.  Rip-rapping along the lakeshore in an area of about 50 meters  below Efarca Village has been started in […]

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