The Philippine Eagle Foundation described the killing of the Philippine Eagle (scientific name Pithecopaga jefferyi), Pamana, who was recently released in Mt. Hamiguitan range in Davao Oriental province as “disturbing”.
Hundreds of farmers encamped at the roadside here Friday to protest the ongoing exploration of a mining company.
An official of the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) here said they are yet to update the active fault in the city.
The indigenous peoples’ group Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (Katribu) appealed to local governments to emulate Davao City mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s stance on mining.
An alliance of indigenous people’s organizations expressed their concern over the possible reversal of the mining ban recently approved by the City Council here.
An alliance of Mindanao indigenous people commended the city council here for passing the ordinance prohibiting mining in Davao City.
Children, just like adults, await summer break with high eagerness and anticipation.
The Panalipdan Southern Mindanao together with sectors and communities affected by mining disasters staged a protest rally in front of Mines and Geosciences Bureau XI (MGB) office Tuesday morning.
An anti-mining group on Sunday scored a proposed mineral reservation project in Sarangani province which was feared to bring environmental and socio-economic problems in the communities of Kiamba and Maitum.
Residents, local government officials and environment advocates rode bicycles on Saturday evening to join the global observance of Earth Hour 2015.
Science and technology has helped farmers in Davao Region in terms of disaster preparedness of recent typhoons and from improving their livelihood, a regional government executive said.
A resource center named after a local environment activist was formally opened to the public here on Saturday.