Join The Green Movement

Together, we can make a difference.

Our Objectives


Cultivate love and responsibilities to the environment and the ecosystem.


Carry out conservation and management of the environment and the ecosystem.


Promote awareness on the importance of conservation and management of forest, flora and fauna.


Advocate the rights of people affected by environmental issues in a prudent and healthy manner.

Benefits of Trees

  • Clean Air – Researchers at the Davey Institute found that urban trees and forests are saving an average of one life every year per city because of the particulates that they remove from the air.
  • Clean Water – Forests provide natural filtration and storage systems that process nearly two-thirds of the water supply.
  • Carbon Sequestration. Burning fossil fuels puts heat-trapping carbon dioxide into our atmosphere, changing our climate in dangerous ways. Planting trees can slow down this process. 
  • Mental Health. Feeling down? Take a walk in the woods. Several studies have found that access to nature yields better cognitive functioning, more self-discipline, and greater mental health overall
  • Temperature Control. The shade and wind-breaking qualities that trees provide benefit everyone from the individual taking shelter from a hot day to entire cities.
  • Flood Control. Trees can hold vast amounts of water that would otherwise stream down hills and surge along rivers into towns.
  • Wildlife Habitat. Wildlife use trees for food, shelter, nesting, and mating. These habitats support the incredible variety of living things on the planet, known as biodiversity. By protecting trees, we also save all the other plants and animals they shelter.

The Zero Waste Concept

Three is good. Five is even better.

In 2013, Bea Johnson introduced the world to 5Rs from her book “Zero Waste Home”

It gives us the new framework to better deal with waste in our lives.

5R Recycling Framework