As the pandemic draws people to advocate for bicycle use and safety, advocates here in Davao City encountered an unlikely critic to this cause.
The city government’s formation of a task group to monitor quarry operations in the city is long overdue, says an environment group which has raised concern on 80 quarrying sites in the city.
A large group of dolphins were sighted on the coast of Misamis Oriental near Opol on Friday, surprising a group who went for a swim in the area.
The Philippine National Police Region 13 (PNP-13) reported that illegal logging has persisted in Caraga this year, as they had apprehended 178 persons and seized illegally cut forest trees worth P6.2 million.
The Bureau of Customs in Northern Mindanao (BOC-10) said it will be sending the last batch of imported wastes back to South Korea by next week.
An environmental group is appealing to the public to switch from wearing medical or surgical masks in this pandemic to reusable masks to save the environment.
The Philippine Coast Guard Northern Mindanao (PCG-NM) said they are investigating the oil spill that occurred on the seaport of Barangay Macabalan as efforts are continuing to clean up the spillage.
The Davao City government has advised all government and private search and rescue teams to be on alert and on full operations for possible landslide and flooding brought by tropical depression Ambo.
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus 2019 (Covid-19) in China that spread all over the world has played a factor in the delay of the shipment of the remaining 2,000 metric tons of trash back to South Korea, the Bureau of Customs in Northern Mindanao (BOC-10) said Wednesday.
As the last batch of imported trash is expected to be transported back to its country of origin, an official of the regional Bureau of Customs (BOC-10) revealed they are planning to file a complaint against the South Korean government before an international body for the alleged damage that the waste inflicted to the environment.