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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.

Tulips Made Of Recyclables Attracts Tourists In La Union Village

A village in La Union attracts tourists through its tulip flowers made of almost 9,000 recycled plastic bottles which are included in their community vegetable garden.

Olive Ridley Turtle Eggs Turned Over To DENR In Sorsogon Town

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources Office in Bicol is now taking care of Olive Ridley Turtle eggs along the shoreline in Sorsogon, responding to a resident's sighting.

Quezon City Urban Farmers Help Fight Climate Change

The Quezon City government plans to focus on solving poverty, food security, and environmental crisis for the next eight years.

Group Lauds Zamboanga City Coral Reef Conservation Initiative

An environmental group has lauded the initiative of the Zamboanga City government in conserving the coral reefs as part of the province's festival celebration.

Green Sea Turtles Rescued In Pagudpud As Nesting Season Starts

Volunteer wildlife responders and environment personnel from Ilocos Norte rescued two green sea turtles in Pagudpud.

Volunteers Planted 2,000 Mangroves In Cebu Coastal Area

The Visayan Electric company along with other volunteers from private companies initiated planting over 2,000 mangroves in the coastal area in Cebu.