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Written by EARTH Institute Asia Press Office   
Tuesday, 29 June 2010 07:54

 

“Toward Sustainable Growth and the Cyberspace” on June 30 in the KK! Talk Show on DZRH and Channel-9 TV and http://dzrh.prepys.com @ 1830H (Manila Time)

 

T he biggest challenge to the Aquino administration is  to lead the Philippines toward sustainable development and growth, with focus on the four main pillars of sustainability—the individual, social, environmental, and economic pillars—or what EARTH Institute Asia refers to as “Apat na K”—katauhan, kalahatan, kalikasan, at kaunlaran. All current issues, such as corruption, could fall under one or more of these pillars as barriers or specific challenges.

 

For the last episode of Kalikasan, Kaunlaran! (KK!) at DZRH, Dr. Cora Claudio, EARTH IA President, will converse with guests from groups working on or are part of the four pillars. Tune in/watch  KK! on June 30, 2010, Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Manila time) at DZRH-AM radio (666 in Metro Manila, other kHz nationwide), various TV stations (Ch. 9 in Metro Manila, other cable TV channels nationwide), and on the Internet at http://dzrh.prepys.com.

G uests on various aspects of the 4 Ks are: 1) Roberto Lumbres Dayandayan, Jr., a new college graduate whose aspirations are similar to that of most young Filipinos. Hear what the youth’s expectations are from the Aquino government and what they can also contribute to nation-building. 2) Gertrude Gregorio, dean of the Adaptive Learning Division, Foothill College, California, and Chuck Pe Benito, Filipino artist and business executive based in Union City—two out of 1.7-million Filipino immigrants in the United States who continue to help the Philippine economy afloat with their remittances to the relatives they left behind. Hear their experiences and comments on recent developments in the Philippines. 3)  Tess Natividad, regional manager, Creamline Dairy Corp., with the new business Creamline offers for a small capital. 4) Dr. M. Elisabeth Pate-Cornell, world-renowned risk analyst and chair, Department of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University, California. Hear what they are doing at Stanford University to address climate change and other environmental and risk issues.

EARTH Institute Asia and DZRH co-produce KK!, with the support of Unilever, Air21, Toby's Sports, Yehey.com, Management Association of the Philippines (MAP), and  Brahma Kumaris, and with the cooperation of the GREEN Army, PFST, TOWNS, PBE, AIJC, MAP AgriBusiness and Countryside Development Foundation, PEIA, DENR, MabuhayRadio.com, Kopos MedX Int’l., LMKC International Recruitment, Inc., and others. 

 

In order to reach a wider audience, especially Filipinos locally and globally, even with limited resources, KK!  will migrate to cyberspace after June 30, 2010. Starting July 15, 2010, read KK!, not only hear and watch it at www.earthinstituteasia.org,  at your convenient time, with more information and participatory discussion.

 

EARTH and KK! thank MBC/DZRH and all its current and past partners-sponsors for supporting the live broadcast of KK! from Oct. 2006-June 30, 2010. We hope all of you and our audience will continue to be with us as we also aim for sustainable growth in cyberspace.

 

Inquiries: 671-3266, 0917-829-1718, or earthinstitute@gmail.com.

 



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