Climate education and environmental protection through music and the arts.
If there’s one thing that truly sparks joy in me, it is teaching kids to use their creativity to communicate their passion and advocacy.
– Nityalila Saulo
Photo by Greenspace Liwa
San Felipe, Zambales, Philippines.
February 24, 2019
Last February, I had the pleasure of meeting and teaching the You-Kalele kids from Zambales the song “Kapitan Klima” – a song I wrote many years ago for Dakila’s climate justice program, Climate School – an educational program on climate change. I also invited Desiree Llanos Dee, a climate advocate
and an illustrator, to give an art workshop “ImagineOcean” – a doodling workshop where kids can learn about marine health and waste management through drawing. The Climate Jam program ran for half a day and was attended by 18 kids from the music group, You- kalele Kids Zambales. The program concluded with a mini art exhibit and a performance.
Climate Jam Zambales was made possible through the support of Greenspace Liwa and Dakila – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism.
Video by Dakila – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism
The Climate School Program of Dakila aims to educate people in disaster-prone communities on climate mitigation and adaptation, and disaster risk reduction management through creative and innovative platforms. The Climate School in Iligan is organized in partnership with Pailig Development Foundation, Civil Society Organization – Forum for Peace and Project
Banig Zamboanga with the support of Philippines Australia Community Assistance Program (PACAP) managed by The Asia Foundation.