Depending on how it’s pronounced, “Tayo Tayo” roughly translates to “All of Us Together” or “Let’s Stand (Up/For Something).”
Tayo Tayo is a weekly TV show where we talk about current environmental issues in the Philippines and around the world, and how various individuals, communities, and organizations are doing their part to help stand with nature.
Catch us every Saturday from 10-11 am on Cignal TV Ch. 6 (Philippine cable) and live-streaming on the One PH Facebook page.
JULY 20 | Sustainable Society
JULY 13 | GREEN ARCHITECTURE
July 29 | Agriculture Climate change, and food security
How can we develop policy that enables adaptation in Agriculture adaptation and promotes mitigation co-benefits?
Earth Wais: Director U-Nichols Manalo of the Department of Agriculture Systems-Wide Climate Change Office
Pak!: Session Groceries, Good Food Community
Tikim-tikim with Ate Kim: Ate Kim tells us about agricultural tourism and the farm she visited in Iloilo
June 22 | Climate Change part 2
What is the United Nations Climate Change Convention and why is engagement in climate negotiations important?
Earth Wais: Yeb Saño, Executive Director of Greenpeace Southeast Asia
Pak!: Local Climate Change Action Plan (LCCAP) ng Ormoc City, Leyte
june 15 | Climate chANGE PART 1
What is climate change and how does it affect the Philippines?
Earth Wais: Bea Tulagan, Journalist and Executive Director of Climate Stories
Pak!: Siquijor aims to be the first province in the Philippines to regulate plastic use
June 8 | Environmental Advocacy & Activism
How does one become an environmental activist?
Chikalikasan: Should the Philippines continue to participate in the international climate talks?
Earth Wais: AG Saño – muralist, conservationist, photographer, landscape architect, and environmental activist
Pak!: Gabs Batallones – videographer, graphic artist, photographer, marine conservationist
June 1 | water security
How do we ensure that households and industries are supplied with enough water?
Earth Wais: Dr. Patricia Ann J. Sanchez, Agricultural Engineer, Hydrologist and Chair of the UP Los Banos Interdisciplinary Studies Center for Water
Pak!: Cebu startup Eco Hub sells “plantable” pencils
Tikim-tikim with Ate Kim: Ate Kim introduces Susan the succulent as a home
Fourth Sector Leaves
Fourth Sector Leaves is a trimestral e-bulletin where we feature legal and policy updates and highlight the intersections and interactions among various sectors and climate change, the environment, and sustainability.