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95-Megawatt Solar Farm In Ilocos Norte Town To Supply Luzon Grid

A town in Ilocos Norte will have a new source of renewable energy as another solar project is set to be built in the city.

Framework For Waste-To-Energy Technologies Pushed

Senate President Miguel Zubiri passed a bill promoting a framework for waste-to-energy facilities to address waste management problems and find a new energy source.

Zamboanga City Officials Call For Action To Conserve Wetlands

The Zamboanga City environment office pushed the public to give hands to the government in preserving the wetlands in their communities.

Davao City Bats For Linkages In Waste-To-Energy Project

The Davao City government aims to build a waste-to-energy project concerning the national government's funding system.

Nueva Ecija Farmers Get Greenhouses Under Korean Program

The Korea Program on International Agriculture Center in the Philippines has turned over some greenhouses to farmers’ associations in Nueva Ecija.

P1.26-M DOST Fund To Boost Baguio’s Woodcarving Industry

The Baguio city government and the Department of Science and Technology in Cordillera work together to improve the woodcarving industry.

Working Together Towards A Higher Calling

Non-governmental organizations continue to call for greater cooperation between NGOs and the private and public sectors in taking on some of the world’s greatest humanitarian challenges.

Re|Verb Snags Agency Of The Year (AOY) Award At The 57th Anvil Awards

Besting other established PR agencies in the Philippines, Re|Verb Communications emerged as the ultimate winner announced during the 57th Anvil Awards.

PRSP Inducts PAGEONE As First Ever PR Agency Into The Hall Of Fame

The Public Relations Society of the Philippines (PRSP) has inducted PAGEONE into the Hall of Fame, the first PR agency in the Philippines and in the history of PRSP to receive such recognition, after winning five (5) consecutive Agency of the Year Awards.

One Month On: World Vision Assists More Than 9,000 Typhoon Odette-Affected Families

A month after Typhoon Odette struck the Philippines, causing billions of dollars in damage to agriculture and infrastructure, World Vision provided life-saving help to almost 9,000 families, including 10,912 children, in the typhoon's hardest-hit provinces.