Tag Archives: BFF Movement

How to Be Wild

June 5, 2021

Published by The Ateneo Wild, our grantee, How to be Wild is a little manual to guide you in establishing your own community citizen science program for urban biodiversity...

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Walking Through Negros Island’s Smallest Natural Park

February 17, 2021

Negros Island is one of the few places in the world where one can easily access a variety of habitats that play a vital role in the continuous explosion of plant and animal biodiversity For millions of years, the distinct geographic features of the...

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#ForestBloomsPH October 2019 Mobile Wallpaper

October 1, 2019

Features Ilang-Ilang, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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#ForestBloomsPH June 2019 Desktop Wallpaper

June 3, 2019

Features Narra, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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#ForestBloomsPH May 2019 Mobile Wallpaper

April 30, 2019

Features Ipil, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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#ForestBloomsPH May 2019 Desktop Wallpaper

April 30, 2019

Features Ipil, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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Looking Back on the TREE-lling First Year of the BFF Movement and Forward to the Future

April 4, 2019

A year ago, on the International Day of the Forest, the Best Friends of the Forest (BFF) Movement was born The BFF Movement is a community of young and action-oriented environmentalists, artists, travelers, and social entrepreneurs founded by the...

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#ForestBloomsPH March 2019 Mobile Wallpaper

March 1, 2019

Features Molave, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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#ForestBloomsPH March 2019 Desktop Wallpaper

March 1, 2019

Features Molave, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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#ForestBloomsPH February 2019 Mobile Wallpaper

January 30, 2019

Features Malabulak, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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#ForestBloomsPH February 2019 Desktop Wallpaper

January 30, 2019

Features Malabulak, the tree of the month from the #ForestBloomsPH...

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Drawing Philippine Native Trees for Forest Protection

November 28, 2018

By Cynthia Bauzon-Arre   Around the start of this year, I started making notebooks and other stationery that featured local flora and fauna as a personal project My motivation was these are the plants I grew up around and the produce that...

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#BFFTrails: Ecopark Explorers at La Mesa

November 21, 2018

Guides the BFFs who want to explore La Mesa...

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BFF Talks: Exploring the Unlikely Connection of Art, Social Entrepreneurship and Conservation

August 30, 2018

Meet Niccolo Jose and Jen Horn One is an artist and woodworker; the other, a community engagement consultant and staunch proponent for the sustainable lifestyle Together, they are forest conservation advocates and certified BFFs of the Best Friends...

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BFF Blog: Nurturing Seeds for Change

August 14, 2018

by Jen Horn of MUNI, Best Friend of the Forest What makes a person aspire to create more positive change in the world And how can we create a society or culture that enables and empowers people to be more mindful of their personal impact - and...

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BFF Blog: What On Earth Have We Done?

April 23, 2018

By: Dr Gideon Lasco, Best Friend of the Forest What on Earth have we done Earth Day is a timely opportunity for us to take this question literally and reflect on our collective and individual impact on our planet Collectively, we know that all...

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BFFs Wanted: Forest Foundation Launches the Best Friends of the Forest Movement

April 6, 2018

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines is facing a rapid decline of forest cover—from 27 million hectares down to already as little as 7 million hectares In fact, most of the country’s old growth forests are in danger of deforestation...

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