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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.

Duterte Opens PH’s ‘Most Scenic’ Airport In Bicol

Duterte has finally inaugurated the commercial domestic operations at the Bicol International Airport after 11 years of delay.

‘More Fun Awaits’ Global Drive Preps Launched

The Department of Tourism has launched the More Fun Awaits campaign to strengthen the Philippines’ positioning as a top-of-mind tourist destination in the global market once international leisure travel to the country resumes.

PNP Committed To Enforce Environmental Laws

The Philippine National Police committed to continue protecting the country's vast and diversified environment after the Philippines has been listed as one of the deadliest countries for land and environmental defenders in the world in 2020.

Scenic Restaurants In Tagaytay Where You Can Dine Alfresco

LOOK: This famous city in the south will never run out of beautiful spots to visit.

‘Green Buffer Zones’ To Absorb Pollutants In Benguet Capital

The local government is planting trees in Benguet as what they called “green buffer zones” to mitigate the effect of air pollution caused by vehicles, especially on busy roads.

Reforestation Project Launched To Boost Tarlac’s Greening Program

A planting activity called the "Adopt-A-Forest" project was held along the five-kilometer stretch of the Tarlac-Zambales road in San Jose town to intensify the greening program of the province.