Idi napankami nagpasiar idiay Hundred Islands, apaman a simmangpetkami iti Lucap Wharf iti Barangay Lucap, Alaminos City, kasapulan nga agrehistro iti opisina ti Hundred Islands National Park (HINP). Nagbayad kami ti environmental ken entrance fee, ken nagdeposito ti P200 para iti dua supot a pagikkan ti basura.
BAGUIO CITY — Secretary Roy Cimatu of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources said even if the fire that razed Mt. Pulag last January was an accident.
BAGUIO CITY — Residents of Gravel Pits, Sapid, Mankayan, Benguet demand attention to the release of mining wastes by the Lepanto Consolidated Mining Co.
SAGADA, Mountain Province — CENRO Sabangan staff underwent trainings for the operation of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) commonly known as drones last February 5th. The use of drones is the newest weapon of the DENR in its implementation of forest protection in Mountain Province.
BAGUIO CITY — The Baguio City government will continue to use a portion of the Dairy Farm as temporary staging area for the city’s garbage despite a resolution from the Tuba town opposing the use of the area.
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BAGUIO CITY — The Office of the President has asked for a tree cutting permit for 32 Caliandra trees to be cut at the present Philippine Information Agency (PIA)-Cordillera compound, which will soon be fenced for the building of a summer house for the Office of the Executive Secretary across the presidential Mansion at Brgy. Lualhati, here.
BAGUIO CTY — Forester and Upper Agno River Watershed Area Team (UARWAT) section chief Onofre Castro told the members of the media that the watershed along Agno River in Bokod, Benguet is threatened as illegal loggers and conversion of the forest into agricultural farms.
Ipinakita na ng ating karanasan sa madalas na storm surge na napakalaki ng pinsala at kawalan sa buhay at ari-arian. Ang mahabang baybayin at mga ilog ang nagdidikta ng ating bulnerabilidad sa taunang pagbaha na namiminsala sa ating kabuhayan at mga imprastruktura.
BAGUIO CITY — Baguio City Councilors Arthur Allad-iw, Leandro Yangot, Jr., Faustino A. Olowan, and Edgar M. Avila in a resolution approved during last Monday’s regular Council session are directing the Suntrust Properties, Inc. to cease and desist from pursuing its expansion project in Barangay Gibraltar until such time that all issues and concerns regarding the safety of their excavation and construction are addressed.
BAGUIO CITY — The contractor for the construction of a condominium here had to bring down a section of the newly paved Gibraltar road, near Good Shepherd Convent and the Mines View Park last May 11 after the soil underneath eroded.
The aftermath of the “killer earthquake” on July 16, 1990 brought out studies about the geology and the carrying capacity of Baguio City as an integral area. These studies and estimates were made mostly by scientists in the field of environment, geology, vulcanology and hydrology, and those who cared for the City and its people.