A gathering of individuals ages 16-25 years old who are willing to
share knowledge and experiences, learn with others,
and commit to collectively act for the protection and conservation of the environment.
It will be a jampacked 3-week event of learning
with others and self discovery
Learn from environmental and climate activists, artists, and social entrepreneurs.
Participants have the chance to be part of the Rights of Nature Youth
The New Story of Creation
Fr. John Leydon, LSM Pilipinas
Personal Development: Who Am I?
Dr. Estrella Catarata, SIBAT
Climate Change & the Fight
for Climate Justice
Climate Change & Mining
Jay Martin Ablola, PMPI
Agriculture & Food Security amidst
Alfie Pulumbarit, MASIPAG
Rights of Nature
Yolanda Esguerra, PMPI
Introduction to Circular Economy
Good Food Community/R2R
Jessie Jang, Basically Borrowed
Ira Cruz, AltMobility PH Diractoror
Katribu, COM, 350.org
Candy Hidalgo, PMPI
Arts and Culture as Platform
Philippine Misereor Partnership, Inc.
(PMPI), a network of 230 organizations
a network of civil society organizations,
rights groups, peace and faith-based
institutions working for sustainable
development, peace, and the integrity
Good Governance &
Peace and Human Rights
Climate Change, Disaster Risk
Fisheries Resource Conservation
Ecotourism Project in Homonhon, Guiuan Eastern Samar
The Rights of Nature (RoN) Campaign is a
growing global movement to protect the
environment by recognizing nature, like
humans, has intrinsic rights.
It’s a campaign to recover our
connectedness and original appreciation
and reverence of Mother Nature.
To address our dysfunctional economic
system and the legal, social and political and
modern cultural frameworks that are
destroying people and planet.
Explore alternative development paradigm
Passage of the RON Bill
Advocate for Eco – Governance
Live the Sapat Lifestyle