President Benigno Aquino III graced the opening of the 300-megawatt coal fired power plant here and warded off criticism from environmentalists saying the country cannot wean completely from relying on coal to address power supply needs.
President Benigno Aquino III will grace the inauguration of the coal-fired power plant here Friday.
The City Council on Tuesday passed a resolution extending P11 million financial assistance to the areas affected by typhoon Nona (international name: Melor).
Davao City is placed under blue alert status as Tropical Depression “Onyok” entered the Philippine area of responsibility Wednesday afternoon.
Organic food advocates hailed the Supreme Court ruling which permanently stopped the field trials of the genetically modified eggplant or BT Talong saying it is a “milestone” in their campaign to protect the country’s agricultural biodiversity.
A research and media center solely focused on indigenous peoples’ issues was launched Monday morning at Balay Kalinaw in University of the Philippines Diliman campus.
An official of the Davao City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (DRRMO) said residents should not worry on the recent tsunami alert in 20 provinces, including Davao del Sur, Davao Oriental and Davao Occidental.
An environmentalist group said President Benigno Aquino III gave a wrong answer to a question of an elementary pupil on why illegal logging has not stopped in the country.
The forest guards of Bantay Gubat in Mount Hamiguitan, where the Philippine Eagle Pamana was released, identifies four more possible factors that lead to the death of the Philippine eagle (scientific name: Pithecophaga jefferyi) including the readiness of the bird to fly.
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”.