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ENVIRONMENT:SAVING ENDANGERED GIANT CLAMS

A group of fisherfolk based in barangay Adecor in Kaputian District of Island Garden City of Samal (IGACOS) are trying to save...

PLASTICS: CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER

“Plastics are a clear and present danger to the future of our planet.” – Céline S. Cousteau, documentary film director and producer, explorer, and...
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ENVIRONMENT: PHILIPPINE EAGLES LOST IN VANISHING FORESTS

Even if the number of Philippine eagles keeps increasing but if their habitat is being destroyed continuously, they will always be threatened, according to...

‘Brigada Eskwela’: Working towards quality education

Clean classrooms, well-maintained learning tools, and attractive landscaping inspire students to go to school, study hard and persevere to reach their dreams.

ENVIRONMENT: WHERE HAVE ALL OUR TREES GONE?

“Overall, destruction of our natural resources is continuing, despite efforts of some of our concerned citizens to protect and manage them.” –...

BIGGER PICTURE: SAAD: Fulfilling A Promise

“I work a lot in the slums of Tondo, Manila, and the life there is very poor and very sad,” Miss Philippines Catriona Gray...

CLIMATE CHANGE: ENDING POSSIBLE APOCALYPSE

“We are encouraging all government agencies and offices and local government units to establish rainwater collection systems, protect our biological diversity, adopt energy efficiency...

A tribute to Sir Efren

By FRANCES MAE GEVERA-MACAPAGAT PIA Davao office has become what it is now because of...

True colors: A closer look at poll ‘hotspots’

It is that time again when Filipinos choose their next leaders. In the Philippines, the election season,...

Environment: Biodegradable Substitute to Synthetic Plastics Developed

Plastic is now one of the country’s top pollutants of canals, rivers, and other waterways.  Unfortunately, most of these buoyant materials end...

WEATHER UPDATE

Davao City
broken clouds
24.5 ° C
27 °
22.8 °
94 %
1kmh
75 %
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