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Valenzuela launches 'Plant a Love' program 

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Valenzuela City - Today, couples gathered at the Valenzuela City Auditorium in Malinta to participate in the Plant a Love Program, one of the city's notable initiatives aimed at combating the effects of climate change and fostering the health and wellbeing of every #PamilyangValenzuelano. The event, held on May 30, 2023, highlights the city's commitment to environmental sustainability and the promotion of stronger relationships among its residents.

The Plant a Love Program is aligned with Valenzuela City's City Ordinance No. 1084, Series of 2023. According to the ordinance, couples are required to take part in the program as a prerequisite for obtaining a pre-marriage orientation and counseling certificate. As part of their participation, couples are encouraged to donate or plant trees and various plant species, contributing to the city's green spaces and overall climate resilience.

The program aims to address the pressing concerns brought about by climate change while emphasizing the importance of preserving and protecting the environment for future generations. By involving couples in this initiative, Valenzuela City recognizes the power of collective action and the role that every individual can play in creating a sustainable and resilient community.


Through the Plant a Love Program, couples are given an opportunity to strengthen their bond while actively participating in activities that benefit both their relationship and the environment. By planting trees and other plant species, they contribute to the city's efforts in mitigating the impacts of climate change, such as improving air quality, conserving water resources, and enhancing biodiversity.

Valenzuela City continues to prioritize environmental sustainability and resilience, recognizing that the well-being of its residents is interconnected with the health of the natural environment. The Plant a Love Program reflects the city's proactive approach in engaging its citizens and fostering a sense of responsibility towards the environment.

Mayor (Mayor's Name), along with city officials and stakeholders, acknowledges the valuable contributions of the participating couples and emphasizes the significance of their actions in creating a more sustainable and livable city. By collectively embracing these initiatives, Valenzuela City moves closer to achieving its vision of a greener and more resilient community.

The Plant a Love Program serves as a testament to Valenzuela City's commitment to environmental stewardship, community engagement, and the promotion of harmonious relationships. It showcases the city's innovative and inclusive approach in addressing the challenges posed by climate change, while fostering a sense of shared responsibility and unity among its residents.


With the active involvement of couples in this program, Valenzuela City paves the way for a greener future, one where love, commitment, and environmental consciousness go hand in hand.

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