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The Department of Environment and Natural Resources – Cordillera Administrative Region (DENR-CAR) joined the Catholic faithful of the Diocese of Baguio in culminating the Season of Creation on October 14, 2020.
 
This month long celebration that commenced last September 1 calls all Christians to come together to heal man’s relationship with Creation and with his fellowmen.
After a tree planting ceremony in Dalicno, Itogon Benguet, a Eucharistic Celebration ensued presided over by the Most Reverend Victor B. Bendico, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Baguio, together with some of the members of the Clergy in the Parish of St. Charles Borromeo.
 
Bendico called for an “ecological conversion” based on the “splendid communion” that exist in Creation.
 
Meanwhile, DENR-CAR Regional Executive Director, Ralph C. Pablo reminded the congregation that the destiny of humanity and of Creation is determined by the responsible use of this planet’s resources.
 
“The imbalance in Creation, generated by human desire for wealth and power, remains the primary threat that destroys Creation and humanity,” he said.
This was seconded by Fay W. Apil, Regional Director of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau - CAR, who called for striking a balance between man’s extraction of the earth’s natural minerals and his responsibility of being a steward of creation.

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources-CAR had conducted another disinfection after one of its employees tested positive for the coronavirus diseases (COVID-19). Making sure that its employees and clients, alike, remain free from the virus, the DENR-CAR closed its office and its vicinities on October 12-14 for the conduct of the thorough disinfection. Employees who may have possibly been in contact and exposed to the employee positive of the virus had been ordered to undergo home quarantine for 14 days. The DENR-CAR Regional Office will resume office operations and will be open to the public on October 15. Another batch of employees who were neither in contact nor exposed to the COVID-19 patient shall report thereon to resume public service.

Intensifying partnerships in advocating a resilient and autonomous Cordillera. Regional Development Council-CAR Watershed Sectoral Committee Chairperson, Dir. Ralph Pablo of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-CAR receives the responsibility of hosting the Cordillera Month celebration in 2021 from Economic Development Sectoral Committee Chairperson, Dir. Myrna Pablo of the Department of Trade and Industry-CAR who led this year's observance, in a ceremonial turnover during the Cordillera Day, July 15. The DENR-CAR is committed to intensifying the promotion of the RDC-CAR's advocacies for a COVID-free, autonomous, and one resilient Cordillera, through strategic partnerships with national government agencies, local government units, and all other stakeholders in the region.

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Environment Secretary Roy A. Cimatu navigates the heavily-polluted San Juan River as part his Technical Inspection of the Pasig Riveron September 25, 2019. San Juan Riveris one of the many rivers that flow to Pasig River which drains to Manila Bay. Cimatu, chair of the Manila Bay Interagency Task Force,has stressed the importance of the cleaup of esteros and rivers that drain to the historic bay because these are contributors to its water quality. ###