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Climate Change Special Wins Gandingan Awards

Daniel Razon Climate Change Documentary Wins Gandingan Awards
Kuya Daniel Razon’s investigative feature Climate Change: Ang mga Dapat Malaman ni Juan (Climate Change: Things John Ought to Know) was lauded the Best Environment-oriented Program in the sixth Gandingan Awards early this year.

This special is part of the broadcast journalist’s “Kahit Isang Araw” advocacy, urging citizens to do good, even just for a day. The show premiered during UNTV’s Add-a-Tree Global Planting Project, complementing simultaneous reforestation activities in key areas by 24,000 people all over the world.

This is the second recognition for the program after its nomination for Outstanding Natural History/Wildlife Program at the 2011 Golden Screen Awards late last year.
Climate Change’s award brings UNTV‘s Gandingan Awards to three, after youth-oriented program Klasrum and its hosts were awarded Best Youth-Oriented Program and Hosts, respectively.

Gandingan: The UPLB Isko’t Iska’s Broadcast Choice Awards is an annual activity of the UP Community Broadcasters’ Society. The body aims to recognizes development-oriented programs and personalities based on student votes.  (Written by Avon Yang)
2 Comments leave one →
  1. genis permalink
    04/01/2012 11:51 pm

    very nice!to GOD BR THE GLORY…

  2. 04/02/2012 12:45 am

    It is a must that we shall adapt the programs of Renewable Energy when it comes to Electricity to lower the rising of the Global Temperature: I suggest strongly the Generator using Woodchips so that tree planting is compulsory for the Company that runs the Power Generators.

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