National Geographic celebrates 8 years of environmental advocacy with Earth Day Run 2017

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National Geographic Channel in partnership with Cherifer Premium and World Wildlife Fun for Nature (WFF), marks its eighth year of raising the public’s consciousness about environmental issues, social awareness through health and fitness by staging Earth Day Run 2017 this coming April 23 with a hashtag #8withEDR.  This year’s event aims to continue the tradition of being one of the biggest running events in the country, expecting scores of running enthusiast and Eco Warriors to register and run for the environment.  The event will be held not only in Manila but simultaneously in the cities of Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and Taichung.

Earth Day Run 2017 in Manila will be held at the SM Mall of Asia grounds, where participants can join 5K, 10K, 21K and 42K categories. The event encourages and welcomes all types of Eco Warriors to take part, from fun-runners of all ages to the serious marathon runners who regularly compete. This year, Earth Day Run will also be sporting new features for its runners. As a special treat, all race kits will come with LED shoelaces, serving as a badge of pride and as a safety precaution for Eco Warriors running at night or before sunrise. Prizes will also be given to costumed runners who showcase their creativity by coming in their best ensemble made from recycled materials. Finally, to make each Eco Warrior’s voice heard in this run for the Earth, advocacy banners will be hanging above the finish line so that each runner can grab them as they cross to make a shout-out for the environment, keep as a souvenir, and use for all their post-run selfies to amplify the message of acting now to save the environment.

Excited already?… Here are the details…




  • Click HERE to register online.

Register Now


  • Upper Ground Floor, SM Aura
  • The Block, Ground floor, SM North EDSA
  • SM Mall of Asia

Registration started last March 1 until April 16, 2017.


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Here are the race routes

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So what are you waiting for?…

Taralets guys!

Let’s run for Mother Earth!


For more information, visit NatGeo Run 2017 website




























National Geographic Earth Day Run 2015


     On its sixth year as one of the biggest running events in the Philippines, the National Geographic Channel will be introducing new and exciting changes for this year’s Earth Day Run 2015.  In cooperation with Runrio, there will be two events that will be held in Manila and Baguio.  Manila Leg will be held at the Mall of Asia Open Grounds on April 26, 2015 with categories of 5K, 10K, 21K and 42K.  The Baguio Leg will have 21K as the highest category and will be held in May.  Stay tuned for the full details of Baguio Leg.


With their environmental partner World Wildlife Fun for Nature, a substantial amount of contributions coming from the registration of all participants will help raise money for portable solar-powered lighting kits that will provide light and electricity to the Tawbuid Mangyan tribefolks and Forest Ranger’s camp. The kits will help eliminate the use of highly-flammable kerosene to light up their homes and have a safe, stable and sustainable energy source. Also to provide support to the Mindoro Forest Rangers advocating the preservation of our Tamaraws.

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So, are you ready guys? Here are the details:


reg process

online reg process

onsite reg process

reg fee and inclusions


singlet sign

5k 10k singlet

21k 42k single

FS sign

42K FS

21k FS

FM sign

42k medal

21k medal


gun start

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5k route

10k route

21k route

42k route

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     National Geographic Channel’s Earth Day Run has consistently helped in promoting sustainable living and supporting environmental advocacy utilizing the popular platform of running for six years.  Let’s help save the earth, for a friendly environment to our future generation.

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