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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.

VP Sara Backs Reforestation Efforts Vs. Climate Change

To combat climate change and lower greenhouse gas emissions, Vice President Sara Duterte supported tree-planting campaigns.

Urban Parks, Open Spaces To Form Part Of PH Tourism Portfolio

Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco expressed hope to see more parks in and outside Metro Manila.

Two-Thirds Of People Support Rules To End Plastic Pollution

According to surveys conducted by the World Wide Fund for Nature and another international environmental group, people believe that laws should be made to address the growing problem of plastic pollution worldwide.

Trash Collectors In Eastern Samar To Get Free National Surfing Tilt Entry

The Borongan City government will offer free admission to the national surfing competition to those volunteers participating in a clean-up drive in the area.

Iloilo City’s Waste Diversion Strategies Help Reduce Solid Waste

The Iloilo City government is conducting waste diversion strategies to decrease the count of solid wastes generated daily in the city.

Department Of Tourism Underscores Environmental Protection To Sustain Tourism

The Department of Tourism in the Cordillera Administrative Region urged its constituents to preserve the beauty of the environment to attract tourists to the province.