Political candidates in the 2022 national elections must put the climate crisis on their agenda and ensure that the Philippines complies with our international commitments, environmental group WWF-Philippines said.
When pollution levels exceed World Health Organizationrecommendations, the residents of cities like Parañaque and Pasig never take clean air for granted. But with some help and greater collaboration between the public and private sectors and non-government organizations (NGO), the dream of more blue sky days is starting to become a reality.
The Philippines’ leading digital mobile wallet company GCash announced it has virtually planted 1 million trees through GForest, the environmental sustainability feature on the GCash app. As of December 19, 2021, a total of 1,060,000 trees have been planted virtually by GForestusers.
Typhoon Odette struck islands in Visayas and Mindanao on December 17 and 18, 2021, bringing utter devastation to not just one or two provinces, but to entire regions.
Cities in the Philippines need help when it comes to technical expertise and guidance so they can come up with energy plans that will help them fight climate change and also improve the lives of their citizens, according to WWF-Philippines.
Through P&G’s support, consumers who will turn in their used plastic products and other waste until December 20 will be given 10% discount incentives (redeemable via QR code points) on selected Safeguard and Oral B products when they buy in any Watsons branch.
After a year-long whirlwind transformation for the brand, Swarovski announces a detailed sustainability strategy that places people and planet at its heart. With a brand positioning that asks everyone to ‘ignite your dreams’, Swarovski encourages a sense of freewheeling curiosity, exploration, and, ultimately, discovery of self – values the brand has held since 1895.
In their latest coastal clean up, members of the Rotary Club of Bacolod-Marapara and the Rotaract Club of Marapara were busy clearing trash at the weekend from the shoreline of Barangay 35 in Bacolod City’s Reclamation area in Negros Occidental.
Globe ambassadors BLACKPINK have lent their voices to the call for climate action. During the recent UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, the Korean mega-group addressed global leaders and audiences to come together in taking action in the ongoing fight against climate change.
As part of its environmental protection and sustainability advocacy, Globe encourages everyone to practice responsible e-waste management and join its E-Waste Zero program. E-waste Zero focuses on responsible disposal and recycling of electronic waste, one of the fastest-growing waste streams in the Philippines today.