Virtual event to discuss importance of plants

Property developer Bria Homes promotes positive environmental practices in the upcoming PlanTahanan Day virtual event. 

Virtual event to discuss importance of plants
The nationwide virtual PlanTahanan Day aims to highlight the importance of wide open spaces dotted with trees.
The nationwide event, happening on June 30, at 10:00 a.m. on Bria’s official Facebook page, aims to enable participants to explore everyday habits that reduce their carbon footprint such as reusing and recycling, supporting local economies, eliminating plastic wastes,

planting trees, and using mass transit, instead of driving, to nearby destinations. 

The event will also highlight how wide open spaces at the developer’s communities spur residents to pursue a healthy active lifestyle by walking, biking, and playing outdoors. To support such eco-friendly activities, Bria created Sentro, an amenity hub that houses the multi-function hall, family park and playground, and community center. 

The Virtual Nationwide PlanTahanan Day will also stress the importance of planting and nurturing trees.

“We want to remind Filipinos of the amazing benefits of trees—how they generate oxygen, lessen greenhouse gases, reduce air and water pollution, prevent flood damage, provide natural habitats for animals, and offer generous shade that contribute to the comforts of living in a safe and clean environment,” said Bria Homes president Red Rosales.

Topics: Bria Homes , PlanTahanan Day virtual event , Virtual Nationwide PlanTahanan Day
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