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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.

Senator Legarda Leads The #PlasticFreePilipinasSaSenate In Observance Of Zero Waste Month

In honor of Zero Waste Month, Senator Loren Legarda has joined the campaign to ban single-use plastics.

Student Ambassadors In Antique Support Environmental Protection

Some secondary students from Antique volunteered as environmental ambassadors, helping the government to promote environmental protection and conservation campaigns.

Senator Legarda: Ozone Recovery A Sign We Could Also Heal Our Climate

Senator Loren Legarda made a point of saying that efforts to reduce greenhouse gases will help solve the issue of climate change.

Baler Coastal Cleanup Drive Yields 5 Truckloads Of Trash

A total of 200 volunteers from different parts of Baler gathered to conduct a cleanup drive in the coastal area and collected five truckloads of trash.

Ozone Layer’s Recovery On Track, Averting 0.5C Temperature Hike

The United Nations Environment Programme announced that the Earth's ozone layer is gradually beginning to regenerate, recognizing the efforts to phase out damaging chemicals worldwide.

Negros Occidental Government Offices ‘Tout’ Best Solid Waste Practices

To promote a more environmental-friendly lifestyle in the community, different government offices in Negros Occidental initiated various practices on solid waste management.