Tag: Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Rare Philippine Warty Pig makes 1st Appearance at Mt. Apo

A rare Philippine warty pig has been spotted for the first time at Mount Apo in Davao.

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).

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.
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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.

Iloilo plants 1.5 million native & fruit-bearing trees to combat climate change

The province of Iloilo in Panay Island, Western Visayas, has launched its Tanum Iloilo tree planting for 1.5 million native and fruit-bearing trees to fight climate change amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

Tullahan river project to boost Manila Bay rehab, solve Bulacan flooding

The Tullahan-Tinajeros River System dredging project of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and San Miguel Corporation (SMC) was launched Monday to support the Manila Bay Rehabilitation Program.

7 Ways to Enjoy Rehabilitated Boracay Reopening in October

The world-famous Boracay Island in the Philippines is scheduled to reopen in October after the government assessment of compliance by businesses and residents met environmental standards.
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