Celebrate I Love Earth Weekends at Nuvali

Loving the only planet that we live in is the best thing that we can do for Mother Earth. Though we celebrate Earth Day every year, are we living a sustainable and environmentally friendly lifestyle? How do we also teach our kids the importance of a Green community? We could actually find answers to those questions at the month-long celebration of I love Earth at NUVALI in Sta. Rosa. 

NUVALI is the country's larget sustainable eco-community, has put together 30 days of fun and learning designed to boost environmental education, action, and understanding topics affecting health and well-being of the world we live in; as well foster the need to protect, preserve and conserve our Earth.
The celebration kicks off on May 14, with a symbolic ribbon cutting ceremony, tree planting and a parade of Ms. Earth candidates, and unveiling of a life-sized art installation, all showing NUVALI's commitment in sustainable development. May 15, is the start of the eco-art exhibit at the Evoliving center, showcasing various art installations by Zeus Allan Bascon, Vermont Coronel , and other diverse and talented artists with environmental preservation issues as a theme. The launch was also supported by Greenpeace, a non-profit organization against pollution and wastes, as it sees NUVALI being very serious in creating a eco-friendly zone.

Mat 14 and 15, is also a weekend of health and wellness, two days focusing on what eating healthy and living healthy exactly mean.  May 14 is also a day of fun and exercise, with aerobics sessions from Slimmer's World and special yoga sessions and meditations talks by Yoga Philippines, exploring their benefits on one's physical and mental being. In continuing the theme of living healthy, a showcase of organic and healthy food; food the nourishes.
May 21 and 22 is a weekend that explores the beauty of going green, featuring talks and exhibition green technology on the 21st as well as arts and crafts; sowcasing new ways to reuse items deemed as trash. The weekend will also play host to various activities regarding lanscaping, including exhibits and workshops on bonsai and flower arrangement by the Philippine Bonsai Society and Blue Barn Flowers on the 22nd.

'SEA' of Koi
A photography weekend will be held on May 28-29 with a photo contest and exhibit with environmental awareness and protection as theme. Other activities include public art corner, encouraging the general public to create their own masterpieces with recyclable materials, tree planting where guest can pledge a tree in their name and have it planted in their behalf, and as arts and craft session where guests get to know new and innovative ways of using recyclable items and at the same time, getting a renewed sense of appreciation for our planet. A photo workshop and exhibit will be held on May 28 and an on the spot competition will be held on May 29, with winners being announced on the same day.

Aside from these activites one can also go on a eco-journey at NUVALI with its environmentally friendly facilities like the EvoCenter and Solenad and the Lagoon now known to have a 'sea' of Koi which  many people like to see. The Lagoon also provides a bird sanctuary which the HARIBON foundation found several species of birds now living in the sactuary which proved that development can also create ecologies.

With NUVALI's I love Earth celebration, the activities will inspire the public to take a stand and drive positive changes to the environment, to get the public involved and learn how every little green thing counts. NUVALI encourages everyone to get involved and take action, to embrace a better way to do things, and celebrate the planet everyday. NUVALI believes that together, we can make a difference.

Celebrate with NUVALI and pay tribute to Planet Earth with art displays and activities, in commitment to environmental awareness and appreciation. Since summer is almost over, its time to spend it with the family and friends. And with great and green amenities, you will be inspired to celebrate Earth Day everyday!

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