According to Cebu’s provincial government, damage to agriculture and fisheries has already amounted to an estimated 100 million pesos. Speaking yesterday (Monday, March 25), Provincial… Read More »El Niño drought hits farmers and brings water rationing to major cities
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Just last year, strains of bacteria discovered in Poon Bato Spring, Zambales were found to be capable of “eating” or biodegrading plastic, according to researchers… Read More »Found in Zambales: ‘plastic-eating’ bacteria
Plastic materials are impossible to avoid. From water bottles and shampoo containers, snack wrappers and Tupperware, to polyester clothes and electronics, we use and eventually… Read More »Humans have made 8.3 billion tons of plastic. Where does it all go?
In the middle are structured shrubs of “tsaang gubat” or forest tea, which have therapeutic properties. In between are carefully designed patches of green and… Read More »LOOK: UP Los Banos’ stunning edible garden
MANILA, Philippines — A party-list lawmaker has filed a bill seeking to give 1 kilogram (kg) of rice, or its equivalent in cash or goods… Read More »Solon wants recyclable trash exchanged for rice or cash
Environment Secretary Roy A. Cimatu last Monday vowed to uphold at least one policy pronouncement made by his predecessor, Regina Paz L. Lopez—declaring watersheds “off-limits”… Read More »Experts: Declare protected areas ‘off-limits’ to mining
DAVAO CITY — Jesuit priest Fr. Joel Tabora called the Philippine Mining Act of 1995 treasonous and said that it is time for the government… Read More »Ateneo President: Philippine Mining Act is treason