• Ayala Center Cebu Shines Light on Climate Change


      Since it started in Sydney Australia in 2007 to give awareness on climate change issues, Earth Hour has since engaged over 7,000 cities across 172 countries. The movement is held annually from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. This year, Earth Hour celebrated its 10th year as a worldwide movement and Ayala Center Cebu participated again last March 25 at The Terraces.

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      From left: Cebu Holdings Inc. Corporate Social Responsibility Manager Vera Alejandria, Department of Energy Senior Science Research Specialist Ofelia Labra, Ayala Center Cebu General Manager Bong Dy, Department of Environment and Natural Resources Assistant Regional Director for Management Service Engr. Trinidad Etulle, Seed4Com co-founder Enrique San Juan, World Wildlife Fundís Representative Toni Munar, Department of Energy Administrative Aide Vanessa Dupa, Rustanís Store Brand Manager Glenda Badayos, Metro Ayala Assistant Store Manager Elsie Lisondra, and Department of Environment and Natural Resources Environment Management Bureau Management Specialist Chad Fernandez


      Sustainable energy information and eco-friendly volunteer booths of Seed4Com, World Wildlife Fund, and 5 Pieces Daily participated in the event at The Terraces to engage mall goers to act on environmental issues.

      Guests of honor at the Ceremonial Switch-Off were Cebu Holdings Inc. Corporate Social Responsibility Manager Vera Alejandria, Department of Energy Senior Science Research Specialist Ofelia Labra, Ayala Center Cebu General Manager Bong Dy, Department of Environment and Natural Resources Assistant Regional Director for Management Service Engr. Trinidad Etulle, Seed4Com co-founder Enrique San Juan, World Wildlife Fundís Representative Toni Munar, Department of Energy Administrative Aide Vanessa Dupa, Rustanís Store Brand Manager Glenda Badayos, Metro Ayala Assistant Store Manager Elsie Lisondra, and Department of Environment and Natural Resources Environment Management Bureau Management Specialist Chad Fernandez.

      During the Earth Hour, the audience was treated to an a capella performance by Los Cantantes Cebu, a short skit entitled Uncle Roo: The Siremanok Love Story & the Effect of Ocean Plastic Debris by the Visayan Mission Confraternity Inc., and engaging song and dance numbers by UC Chorus. The program concluded with a spectacular LED Poi Light Dance performance by Flow Arts Cebu.

      For the latest updates, like Ayala Center Cebu on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AyalaCebu.

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      For more information, contact the Ayala Concierge hotline at 231-5342 to 44 local 324 or 266-2535.
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