Category: Environment

On goes ‘Daang Katutubo’ access road to benefit indigenous community in Pangasinan

PHOTO CAPTION: ACCESS ROAD. The on-going access road that measures about 26.31 kms. leading to Mapita Tribal Community and View Deck to Nayong Aguilar or also known as ‘Daang Katutubo’ at Barangay Laoag, Aguilar, Pangasinan. Photo courtesy – DPWH-R1   SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union – Department of Public Works and Highways Region 1 here […]

Eco-trail introduced at Pine Trees of the World

While competitive sports remain yet a taboo under a community quarantine, mayor Benjamin Magalong wants a chal lenging sport that may promote fitness here. “We can’t do competitive sports yet, only recreational,” Patrick Rillorta of the city sports office said. He said they will try to convert a vacant grassy and tree-lined portion of the […]

CLEANERGY

Recognizing the efforts of frontliners and the government to thrive into the new normal, Hedcor continues to strive harder to generate #PositiveEnergy to the communities with its clean and renewable energy. Hedcor’s Ampohaw Hydro (on the picture), La Trinidad Hydro and Bineng 3 Hydro, with a combined capacity of 33 MW, achieve Zero Unplanned Outage […]

19 New Whale Sharks Identified in Donsol Throughout 2020

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines has identified 19 new individual whale sharks in the waters of Ticao-Burias Pass Protected Seascape (TBPPS) since the start of 2020. Nestled between the provinces of Masbate, Sorsogon and Albay, the TBPPS is a critical ecosystem that is home to numerous endangered marine species, including the whale […]

BEAUTIFUL BAGUIO

Burnham Lake with its swan inspired boats, flowers at the crown jewel of the city, which was named after the famous Chicago-based architect who designed Baguio. Sunrise at the city, with the horizon pointed in yellow in contrast with the green mountains. A breathtaking sunset at the second highest hill of Baguio where Dominican friars  […]

SILENCE

Boating at the famous Burnham Lake has turned silent after the whole of Luzon including Baguio was declared under an enhanced community quarantine, preventing the entry of tourists who always include boating in their itineraries. The absence of tourists left the boats tied together on the corner of the lake, hoping to soon be used […]

Landscapes Bloom

Some 20 different landscapes in vertical and open category is being displayed at the Baguio Blooms Exposition & Exhibition are now perfect for picture-taking by visiting tourists of the month-long celebration of Panagbenga Festival in Baguio City.

CENRO Baguio intensifies information drive, clean up drive in Bued River

In order to protect Bued River, the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Baguio intensified the conduct of information education and communication campaign among schools and the simultaneous clean up drive with residents in different barangays in Tuba, Benguet situated near the river during the month of October this year.

At 30, BRM serves as Baguio’s conscience for env’t protection

BAGUIO CITY – For three decades, the Baguio Re-greening Movement (BRM) served as Baguio’s conscience murmuring on the ears of officials. Sometimes they shout and complain to encourage everyone to help preserve and protect the environment. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Cordillera assistant Regional Director Augusto Lagon said BRM is the “peoples’ voice. 

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