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DepEd, UN To Promote Value Of Forest Conservation

The Philippines partners with the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture to educate children on the importance of healthy forests for a sustainable food supply.

Join The 3rd ESG & Sustainability Strategy India Summit 2023 This June

Embrace sustainable growth and be part of the conversation at the 3rd ESG & Sustainability Strategy India Summit 2023, happening this June 21–22.

HID Launches New Seos Access Security Cards Made From Sustainably Sourced Bamboo

Identity solutions firm HID introduced its newest product highlighting its eco-friendly security cards.

Batangas Town Launches Recycling, Livelihood Project

A town in Batangas launched the “Cartons for Communities” program, transforming used beverage cartons into usable items and reducing residual waste.

Urban Gardening Eyed Vs. El Niño

Local organizations have encouraged Filipinos to do urban gardening which can help mitigate the impact of the El Niño phenomenon.

Five Urban Development Aspirations For Metro Manila

Promoting both innovation and sustainability in the city, foreign experts shared urban development aspirations that can be done in Metro Manila.

FedEx Initiates Sustainability Programs For Its 50th Year

FedEx Express initiated environmental activities such as tree planting and clean-up drives to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

DENR Sustains Drive Vs. Encroachment In Northern Negros Natural Park

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources led the prevention of illegal construction near protected areas in Northern Negros to conserve natural resources.

World Water Day: Nestlé PH Programs Help Tackle Worsening PH Water Problem

Nestle Philippines planned to provide programs that would emphasize water management nationwide in compliance with the celebration of “World Water Day.”

FPRDI Enhances Bamboo Use In Construction

The forest institute under the Department of Science and Technology pushes the use of bamboo as construction materials to promote more eco-friendly and sustainable materials in future infrastructures.