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08 OCT 2001. VOLUME 33. NUMBER 19. 4 PAGES 

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Magno serves in UNDP project

College of Liberal Arts (CLA) faculty Dr. Francisco Magno was chosen to serve in the Board of Advisers of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) endeavor to prepare a Philippine Governance Report. The project aims to assess the state of Philippine governance and its impact on sustainable human development.

The other members of the Board of Advisers are Ledevina Cariño of the UP National College of Public Administration and Governance, Dr. Eduardo Gonzalez of the Development Academy of the Philippines, former Agrarian Reform Secretary Ernesto Garilao of the Asian Institute of Management and former Health Secretary Alfredo Bengzon of the Ateneo Professional School.

The Board’s role is to advise on the framework to be used for the report and provide guidance in writing the various chapters.

Punzalan gives lecture on garbage problem

“By not being part of the problem, we become part of the solution.”

This was the message of Dr. Eric Punzalan, director of the Center for Natural Sciences and Environmental Research (CENSER) in his lecture on garbage problem held at the Angeles University Foundation, Pampanga.

Punzalan stressed to the faculty and students of the College of Health and Sciences that the problem of waste disposal becomes doubly difficult because its solution requires “collective effort” from the citizenry. Everyone is a stakeholder and the solution should not only come from the authorities.

In his lecture, Punzalan recommended that the University adopt the policy of recycling and reusing consumer products. He urged them to sort the garbage properly—the biodegradable from the non-biodegradable. The process, from segregation to decomposition, should reduce the collected mass of waste by at least 60 percent.



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