Davao City, Dipolog City, and Quezon City are this year’s Philippine flagbearers in WWF’s We Love Cities 

Davao City, Dipolog City, and Quezon City are representing the Philippines in this year’s leg of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)’s We Love Cities Campaign (WLC)—the organization’s global campaign that supports the creation and development of cities that enable all people to thrive and prosper while respecting the ecological limits of our one and only planet.

SM Prime and WWF Philippines announce partnership towards responsible reporting on climate change solutions

SM Prime Holdings, Inc., one of Southeast Asia’s leading integrated property developers and leading conservation organization World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines have entered a collaboration in adopting a more robust reporting framework to address the climate crisis. 

WWF-Philippines celebrates the LGBTQIA+ community with Pride for the Planet

In celebration of Pride Month this June, WWF-Philippines, in partnership with Runrio Inc., is holding Pride for the Planet, a virtual run, walk, move, and ride event for the LGBTQIA+ community and allies. The goal of this event is to raise funds to support the conservation efforts of WWF-Philippines. 

New 3D virtual museum aims to educate Filipinos about current state of the environment amid climate change

A new cutting-edge three-dimensional and simulated Virtual Museum is set to be launched through a collaboration between World Wide Fund for Nature-Philippines (WWF-Philippines) and Epson Philippines with the goal of increasing awareness on different issues faced by the environment. 

Women’s fashion comes Down to Earth for environmental sustainability through Unica Hija and WWF-Philippines partnership

World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines’ (WWF-Philippines) latest collaboration with clothing brand, Unica Hija, takes the clothing industry a notch higher by promoting sustainable and responsible fashion through the Down to Earth collection. 

WWF-Philippines Empowers Filipinos to #ShapeOurFuture with Earth Hour Philippines 2022 and Beyond

On March 27, at 8:30pm local time, the Philippines turned off their lights as a statement to Shape the Future of the planet for this year’s Earth Hour. For 16 years, this worldwide grassroots movement has been a voice for individuals, groups, and organizations to raise awareness for the planet’s declining health and nature. Similar to the last two years, Earth Hour 2022 was also celebrated remotely online.

Earth Hour 2022 encourages Filipinos to vote for the environment’s future

This coming Earth Hour 2022 celebration highlights the need to be decisive for the coming national elections. Filipinos must choose leaders who will actively respond to the dual challenge of climate change and biodiversity loss in the next six years. 

WWF-Philippines launches first-ever Earth Hour Virtual Run

In celebration of Earth Hour 2022, the Filipino running community is in for another special challenge as the World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines (WWF-Philippines) launches Earth Hour Virtual Run: Shape Our Future in partnership with Pinoy Fitness. 

Shape Our Future: WWF-Philippines Calls For Filipinos to Join the Global Earth Hour 2022 Movement for Nature

On March 26 at 8:30 p.m. local time, WWF-Philippines invites Filipinos to turn off their lights during the annual celebration of Earth Hour as a symbol of a broader commitment toward the planet.

The climate crisis should be on the agenda of candidates in the 2022 elections

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.

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