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IPs Trained To Protect Ancestral Lands In Davao Oriental

Indigenous peoples in Davao Oriental province receive forest guard training to protect ancestral lands and the environment.

US Awards PHP240 Million Grants For Biodiversity Conservation In PH

The United States government offered a financial grant to improve biodiversity services in the Philippines.

Mandatory Tree Planting Pushed In Iloilo

The provincial board in Iloilo made an ordinance that mandates residents to engage in tree-planting activities to develop environmental resources.

PBBM: Government To Integrate Climate Agenda In Infra Projects

President Bongbong Marcos emphasizes the integration of the climate agenda into the country’s infrastructure development for sustainability and resilience.

Climate Change, Technology And Archiving Discourse In Webinar

International artists and directors will conduct an online seminar to tackle climate change and how to possibly address it.

Rice For Trash Project Gaining Popularity In Quezon Town

The trash-for-rice project encourages residents in Quezon province to participate in proper waste management.

1M Trees Planted In Sorsogon Under ‘Kalikasan’ Program

Sorsogon’s ‘Kalikasan’ Program reaches milestone with 1 million trees planted.

Mayor Assures Lapu-Lapu Beaches Safe

Lapu-Lapu City Mayor Junard Chan asserts that his island is environmentally safe for swimming and diving.

Free Online Drawing Workshop For Kids To Discuss Environmental Issues

A Filipina is set to open a free online drawing workshop for kids, training them on art and fashion relating to environmental issues.

DENR And Nestlé Philippines Hold Roundtable Dialogue On Extended Producer Responsibility

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources collaborated with Nestlé Philippines in a roundtable discussion to come up with more sustainable programs nationwide.