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Caring for our Common Home – holistic management of our household waste
September 9, 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0
An event every month that begins at 8:00 pm on day 9 of the month, repeating indefinitely
Caring for Our Own Home – A deliberate and holistic action aligned with the Laudato Si Mandate
Opening Remarks – Father Gaudencio Carandang
Why Bokashi – Lanie Francisco
What is Bokashi
5 Stages of Bokashi
Think Bokashi First Mantra
DEADLINE to REGISTER is Sep 9, 2021 at 2PM!
NO e-Certificates will be issued for attending this webinar.
Want to know what you can do with your kitchen scraps? Do you want to compost but live in the city and don’t have the time or space to do so
Are you tired of seeing the garbage problem worldwide? Tired of complaining?Are you tired of buying your own organic fertilizer and also dealing with pests and odours when making your own compost?
Please support our advocacy in addressing solid wastes while also rehabilitating our soil for organic farming in both rural and urban areas – just by attending this webinar – you will meet people who are concerned with the environment, learn about Composting.
Even if you are based outside the Philippines, you can still join this webinar to show your support for this local advocacy group .
Bokashi Pinoy is a social enterprise, fueled by the passion of like minded volunteers. We aim to raise awareness on the ecological impact of humans in the environment, and provide solutions focused on individual responsibility and accountability.
Our current initiatives
Divert food waste from landfills
Equip urban areas to revitalize available soil
Create additional income for farmers during the off season
Support a circular economy through the use of upcycled materials for all Bokashi stages
To avail of 5% discount to our products / services or to apply for subsizied/ discounter and even partial / full sponsorship of the 30 day Garbage to Garden Challenge for your community, please pre-register via:
Church leaders in Metro Manila invite Christians to celebrate the Season of Creation
BOKASHI PINOY joins Christians across the globe in prayer and action for the environment
As warnings from the world’s leading scientists grow stronger and stronger, Christian leaders in Metro Manila, Philippines are uniting to care for the environment and build a healthier community for all.
Bokashi Pinoy will lead activities to care for the environment during the Season of Creation, the annual celebration of prayer and action for God’s creation that is celebrated by Christians around the world.
This year during the Season of Creation, they, along with Christians worldwide, are uniting around the theme, “A home for all? Renewing the Oikos of God.”
Oikos is the Greek word for “home,” or “household.” By rooting their theme in the concept of oikos, Christians celebrate the integral web of relationships that sustain the well-being of the Earth.
Bokashi Pinoy is also leading efforts to gather signatures for the “Healthy Planet, Healthy People” petition as a way to tell world leaders that strong agreements are needed at two upcoming United Nations summits – the 26th annual UN Climate Change Conference and the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15).
Christians across the globe have been uniting for years during the Season of Creation, which is held 1 September through 4 October each year. Church leaders, including Pope Francis, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, have invited the world’s Christians to participate in this transformative celebration.
More information about the Season of Creation can be found at SeasonOfCreation.org.
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