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The Lubao Bamboo Hub and Ecopark tree planting of Insular Foundation’s Kawayanihan Project have reportedly yielded good growth over a year since the project.
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.
University of the Philippines professor Dr. Maria Antonia Tanchuling has been featured in a World Bank report on World Oceans Day 2020 as an innovator helping protect the Philippines' oceans.
The University of the Philippines (UP) and the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) are working together on a research project to help in the rehabilitation of polluted Manila Bay.
University of the Philippines (UP) scientist Mylene Cayetano has listed new habits in the "new normal" to keep the "good" air quality observed during the enhanced community quarantine to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Muntinlupa, Batangas, and Santa Rosa cities were named global finalists in the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) One Planet City Challenge (OPCC) which encourages participating cities around the world to develop environmentally sustainable practices.
Filipinos on lockdown went digital for the observation of Earth Hour 2020, enabling the nation to bridge the gap brought on by social distancing required by the community quarantine to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
Sugba Lagoon in world-famous Siargao Island, home to one of the biggest mangrove forests in the Philippines, is now also a showcase of a technology called the Eco-Friendly Septic System (Eco-Sep).
De La Salle University - Dasmarinas (DLSU-D) Senior High School students have come up with a solution to plastic waste problems by developing an alternative to plastic drinking straw using the Filipino favorite Saba banana's fruit peelings.
Environmental groups in the Philippines welcomed the impending re-export of over 5,000 tons of illegal waste from South Korea that were shipped to the Philippines nearly two years ago. The waste shipment is scheduled to be returned on January 19 and February 9 of this year.
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.
Feast of the Black Nazarene or the Traslacion on Thursday, January 9, has brought on reminders of how previous parades have left mountains of trash along the route, and a plea from the No To Plastic Campaigners for a more environment-friendly celebration.
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