PRESS RELEASE: Megaworld supports drive to protect the Iloilo River
As part of its commitment in developing sustainable townships, Megaworld, the country’s leading real estate developer, partnered with the Iloilo city government, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Iloilo City Agriculture Office, McDonald’s, and PGA Green Global company, to lead an environmental initiative dubbed “My Mangroves, My Life,” where around 100 volunteers from Megaworld, local residents, students from University of San Agustin, planted nursed mangrove seedlings at a 2,500 sq. m. coastal area of Brgy. Sooc, Villa de Arevalo, Iloilo City. The property giant initiated this step in giving back to the community as support to the local government’s unity drive to preserve and protect the Iloilo River which meets the gateway to Iloilo Business Park.
Photo shows (L-R) Harold Geronimo, head of public relations and communications, Megaworld; Romulo Pangantihon, agricultural technologist, Iloilo City Agriculture Office; Janica Ella Hondrade, Ms. Philippines-Earth finalist and Ms. Paraw Regatta Queen 2014; Ninfa Adolfo, DENR-Environmental Management Bureau; Norlito Bautista, administrator, Iloilo City; Ricardo Tugado, barangay captain, Brgy. Sooc; Geraldine Hautea, department head city agriculturist, Iloilo City Agriculture Office; and Jennifer Palmares-Fong, head of marketing, Iloilo Business Park.
PRESS RELEASE: Megaworld supports drive to protect the Iloilo River
As part of its commitment in developing sustainable townships, Megaworld, the country’s leading real estate developer, partnered with the Iloilo city government, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Iloilo City Agriculture Office, McDonald’s, and PGA Green Global company, to lead an environmental initiative dubbed “My Mangroves, My Life,” where around 100 volunteers from Megaworld, local residents, students from University of San Agustin, planted nursed mangrove seedlings at a 2,500 sq. m. coastal area of Brgy. Sooc, Villa de Arevalo, Iloilo City. The property giant initiated this step in giving back to the community as support to the local government’s unity drive to preserve and protect the Iloilo River which meets the gateway to Iloilo Business Park.
Photo shows (L-R) Harold Geronimo, head of public relations and communications, Megaworld; Romulo Pangantihon, agricultural technologist, Iloilo City Agriculture Office; Janica Ella Hondrade, Ms. Philippines-Earth finalist and Ms. Paraw Regatta Queen 2014; Ninfa Adolfo, DENR-Environmental Management Bureau; Norlito Bautista, administrator, Iloilo City; Ricardo Tugado, barangay captain, Brgy. Sooc; Geraldine Hautea, department head city agriculturist, Iloilo City Agriculture Office; and Jennifer Palmares-Fong, head of marketing, Iloilo Business Park.