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Power Mac Center’s ‘Portraits’ Fete Eco-conservation, Filipino Drag Culture

Apple Premium Reseller Power Mac Center (PMC) is no stranger to celebrating communities with unique stories waiting to be shared. This was the inspiration...

Antique Aims To Restore Vegetation In Tourist Sites

Antique residents marked Environment Month by planting endemic tree seedlings to improve the vegetation in their tourist spots.

24K Tree, Mangrove Species Planted In Zambo Peninsula

Volunteers throughout the Zamboanga Peninsula planted at least 24,000 seedlings of various tree and mangrove species in celebration of World Environment Month.

PH Joins Global Call Vs. Marine Plastic Waste

The Philippine government has joined the urgent call to address the world's massive plastic waste that continues to pollute the oceans.

Antique To Plant Endemic Trees To Mark Environment Month

At least 400 seedlings of endemic trees will be planted in Antique to replace those which failed to survive during the last-tree planting event held during the Earth Day celebration.

Nestlé PH Employee Volunteers Hold Dive And Beach Clean-Ups On World Oceans Day

Nestlé PH employee volunteers participated in a Clean-Up Dive and Beach Clean-Up in Batangas in honor of World Oceans Day.

MinDa: 600kW Solar Project In Tawi-Tawi Operational By November

The solar project in Tawi-Tawi is set to operate by November this year, the Mindanao Development Authority said.

Republic Cement, Colgate-Palmolive Renew Partnership To Fight Against Plastic Pollution

Republic Cement and Colgate-Palmolive Philippines renewed their partnership to back each other's fight against the pervasive plastic waste problem in the country.

BFAR Helps Rehabilitate Marilao River Thru Mangrove Planting

About 8,000 mangrove shoots will be planted in Bulacan as part of long-term measures to improve the quality of water in the province's major river.

Briones Tackles Impact Of Education On PH Growth In UK Talk

Education Secretary Leonor Briones talked about the equity and resources of basic education in the Philippines during the UK plenary session.

Almost 3K Urban Farmers In Baguio Register For Gov’t Aid

Almost 3,000 residents engaged in agricultural products have registered with the government's Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture in Baguio.

Nueva Ecija Farmers Get Greenhouses Under Korean Program

The Korea Program on International Agriculture Center in the Philippines has turned over some greenhouses to farmers’ associations in Nueva Ecija.

Solon Wants PH Food Production Improved Amid Looming Crisis

In light of the "looming food crisis" that will hit the country in the second half of the year, a lawmaker suggested the Philippines should increase its own food production capacity.

P1.26-M DOST Fund To Boost Baguio’s Woodcarving Industry

The Baguio city government and the Department of Science and Technology in Cordillera work together to improve the woodcarving industry.

5K Kilos Of Trash Collected In Zambo City’s ‘BasuRun 2022’

The participants of the 3-kilometer fitness and cleanup drive in Zamboanga City have collected 5,000 kilos of garbage.

Balancing Act: A Look At The Empowered Women Of AboitizPower

Women at AboitizPower prove that being a working mom while handling high work commitments is possible.

Malvar LGU Partners With Ecoloop To Build A Greener, Stronger Republic

The Municipality of Malvar has successfully engaged in the Republic Cement's Waste for Cement program, ensuring their role in the construction of a greener, stronger Republic.

Nayong Pilipino, DOH Promote Mental Health Through Green Space

The Nayong Pilipino Foundation has partnered with the Department of Health in a tree planting activity to bring mental health benefits to all.

World Vision’s 2021 In Review: More Than 300,000 Filipino Children Directly Assisted

World Vision in the Philippines released its Year 2021 impact report, which shows how its numerous child-focused and community-based programs have reached millions of children in over 30 provinces across the country.

DENR Rehabilitates 129K Hectares Of Forest Lands In C. Luzon

More than 129,000 hectares of denuded forest lands and watersheds in Central Luzon have been rehabilitated, thanks to the government's Enhanced National Greening Program.

DOST-I Awards Bamboo Splitter Machine To Pangasinan ‘Kaing’ Makers

The Department of Science and Technology in Region I awarded a Bamboo Splitter Machine to the ‘kaing’ (Bamboo Basket) makers in Pangasinan as part of the government's tech-based program.

1K Farmers In Bukidnon To Benefit From Banana Processing Tech

With the help of the province's Department of Science and Technology, farmers in Bukidnon will finally have access to banana processing technology.

Baguio Pushes For Backyard Gardening For Food Security

Baguio City government urged residents to start adapting urban gardening methods like growing vegetables in their backyards to contribute to food security in the region.

DOST-FPRDI Designs Safe And Effective Machine For Abaca Farmers

The Department of Science and Technology – Forest Products Research and Development Institute has finally come up with a solution to one of our abaca farmers’ biggest concerns: a fiber-extracting machine that is both safe and effective.

BGC Urban Farm Allows You To Grow Your Own Food In The Middle Of The City

Plantitos and plantitas can now rejoice and get their hands on farming as the Bonifacio Global City has finally opened its first ever Community Farm to the public.