“It is our collective and individual responsibility … to preserve and tend to the world in which we all live.” —Dalai Lama
Using this tree, we (students) are able to express our thoughts and opinions about our nature or write our environmental pledges. 💚💙
Good tree and proper planting
Good plant tree
"Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world," said John Muir.
In this forest, trees bloom with wills and pledge, paving a path to a new world — a world with its former beauty restored. So, would you help lay the path with your pledge? And also, bring those words into action in the hopes of eventually piecing together the enchanted door towards a restored ecosystem.
We the Grade 8 - Our Lady of Pillar are thankful for what Mother Nature has given to us throughout our entire life, now it is our turn to give back the needs of Mother Nature. We pledge to clean our environments including the smallest pile of trash and we shall pick and throw it into their respective bins.
As they say, with great power comes great responsibility. As empowered Ignacian Marians, we, the class of Grade 12 - St. Anne answer to our call as ambassadors for nature. With this, we commit to action and pledge to act and care for the environment with this gratitude tree. Let's join hand in hand, especially during this E-month, to take steps as we move forward and aspire towards a better environment and a restored ecosystem.