Mati City records most number of turtle hatchlings released to Philippines’ sea

Mati City in Davao Oriental has recorded the most number of turtle hatchlings released to the Philippines' seas compared to other cities.

More dolphins, whales reappear in Sarangani Bay

Over 300 sightings of dolphins and whales were recorded by environment personnel during a series of monitoring activities held recently in parts of the Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape (SBPS).

Pampanga’s Sasmuan wetland is new Ramsar site of international importance

The Sasmuan Pampanga Coastal Wetland (SPCW) has been declared a Wetland Site of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention.

12 Philippine wildlife species saved from extinction in 2020

Twelve Philippine wildlife species have been saved from extinction as over 200 sites across the country were designated protected areas in 2020.
Manila Bay mangrove

Manila Bay mangrove rehabilitation gets support from SMC, DENR team up

The Manila Bay mangrove rehabilitation has received support from the joint efforts of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) Foundation.

Filipino children’s health secured as PHL completes phaseout of leaded paints

Filipino children's health are now more secured as the Philippines marked the completion of the phaseout of leaded paints at the close of 2019.
Philippine Eagle

Philippine Eagles secured in Singapore’s conservation bird park

A breeding pair of Philippine Eagles is now safely secured in Singapore's conservation bird park after being flown by Philippine Airlines on Tuesday. The 15-year-old male Philippine Eagle named Geothermica and partner 17-year-old Sambisig are...

Philippines gears up to phase out lead-containing industrial paints in 2019

The Philippines’ paint industry sector is unifying to comply with the national phase-out target for lead-added industrial paints by December 31, 2019. Members of the Philippine Association of Paint Manufacturers (PAPM) are taking action to...

EcoWaste praises PHL for reducing harmful lead-containing paints

The Philippines has significantly decreased the availability of decorative solvent-based paints for home use containing lead which have proven to be hazardous especially to children’s health, signaling positive action from government, manufacturers, and civil...
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Pinoy mobile app LAWIN spotlighted at UN forum

LAWIN, a Philippine-made mobile application created to monitor protected areas in the country, was given the spotlight at the first Multi-stakeholder Forum
Philippine Eagle

Rare PHL Eagle nest found in Cordillera province

An active Philippine Eagle nest was found in the Cordillera province of Apayao, the first active nest to be found in Luzon.
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