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Local Museum Presents On-Site Exhibit On Climate Change

A local university in Manila has opened a museum to present an exhibit explaining the realities of climate change.

Ilocos Norte Steps Up Proper Disposal Of Infectious Waste

The Ilocos Norte provincial government is bound to develop programs that encourage residents to properly manage hazardous wastes. 

Ilocos Norte LGU Declares ‘Plastic-Free Holiday’

The local government of a town in Ilocos Norte implemented a "plastic-free holiday," mandating all establishments to minimize the use of plastics at least three times a week.

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.

8 Cebu Villages ‘Biofenced’ To Keep Garbage Off Waterways

The Cebu City government launched biofence in eight mountain villages to prevent waste in polluting coastal areas.

Ternate Residents Hail PNP For Leading Mangrove Planting

The Philippine National Police was recognized for their efforts in hosting a Mangrove planting in Ternate.

Philippine Army Plants 126K Fruit-Bearing Trees

The Philippine Army initiated a tree-planting activity nationwide in compliance with the president's goal of planting one million trees by the end of his term.

Couple Starts Drive To Save Animals In ‘Problematic’ Zoo

A young couple initiated a campaign supporting the welfare of the malnourished zoo animals in Negros Oriental.

Young Environmentalists Promote Advocacy Via Documentary Series

A group of young environmentalists emphasized the significance of online videos to educate Filipinos on environmental matters in Northern Mindanao.

Pinoy Scientists Develop Potential Beta-Lactamase Inhibitor

The Department of Science and Technology disclosed that its scientists are currently developing a beta-lactamase inhibitor that would level up the effectiveness of antibiotics.