Tag: Eco friendly
12 Ways Election Candidates Can Keep Campaign COVID-Safe, Fair, Eco-Friendly
Here are 12 ways candidates in the Philippine national and local elections can keep their campaign COVID-Safe, fair, and eco-friendly.
Top 10 Eco-friendly, Pandemic-Safe Ways to Ring in the New Year
Here's a list of safe and eco-friendly ways for Filipinos to ring in the New Year now that the countdown to a brighter year in the new normal has begun.
Samar, Leyte improve waste management with plastics for food barter
Samar and Leyte are improving their waste management with programs that allow residents to collect plastic wastes and barter them in exchange for rice and other food products.
Try These Eco-friendly Alternative New Year’s Eve Noisemakers
An environmental health group has come up with a list of non-hazardous noisemakers as local government and police authorities work double-time to control, if not ban, the use of firecrackers and fireworks to prevent injuries and COVID-19 transmission during the New Year‘s Eve revelry.
LOOK: 5 Creative Christmas Trees You Can See in the Philippines
LOOK! Here are some of the most creative Christmas trees that resourceful Filipinos have put up amid the community quarantine to bring hope and holiday cheer to your homes.
Great Gift Ideas for Your Loved Ones this Christmas Holiday in the Philippines
Here are great gift ideas for your loved ones this holiday season now that Christmas bells are already ringing and the season of giving is upon us!
These Philippine-made Coast phone cases are made from plants
Filipino brand Coast has created plant-based biodegradable phone cases that can be composted after use to reduce plastic pollution.
Mapua’s Carvey Maigue wins 1st James Dyson Award for Sustainability
Mapúa University student Carvey Ehren Maigue has been chosen as the first-ever James Dyson Sustainability Award winner for his AuREUS invention which generates renewable solar energy and up-cycles crop wastes in the process.
Philippines’ Batangas hailed World’s Most Loved City
The City of Batangas in the Philippines has been hailed the World’s Most Loved City by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) We Love Cities (WLC) campaign.
Club Paradise Palawan named in World’s Top 100 Sustainable Destinations
Club Paradise resort in Palawan, Philippines has been included in Green Destinations' worldwide Top 100 Sustainable Destinations list for eco-conscious travelers.
University of the Philippines develops natural plant growth booster
Researchers from the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) have developed HormoGroe, a low-cost and natural root growth enhancer soon to be made available to Filipino farmers.
OFW architect Rowel Naanep makes recycled mini art Philippine Jeepneys
OFW architect Rowel Naanep crafted the iconic miniature Jeepney from recycled materials in a bid to reduce plastic waste and boost environmental sustainability.