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Philippine Eagle Week opens in Davao City

News
By Digna Banzon, PNA DAVAO CITY – An exhibition and film screening of the “Bird of Prey” opened on Tuesday at SM Annex to kick-off the Philippine Eagle week ...
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Air pollution leads to 7M premature deaths yearly

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By PNA GENEVA — Some 7 million people die prematurely every year from air pollution, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment said Monday ahead ...
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DENR Sarangani eyes strict enforcement of total plastic ban

Philippines
Beach-goers in Sarangani Bay will soon need to invest in reusable tumblers before heading to catch a tan. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Region ...
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DENR to step up environment law enforcement in Soccsksargen

Philippines
By Anna Liza Cabrido, PNA GENERAL SANTOS CITY — The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) 12 (Soccsksargen) has intensified its efforts to curb violations of environmental laws, ...
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Scientists Rediscover World’s Largest Bee in Indonesia After Over Thirty Years

News World
If you’re scared of bees, you may want to sit down. A species of giant bee once thought to be extinct has been rediscovered in Indonesia by an ...
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Please, please don’t swim in Manila Bay

News Philippines
Last week, thousands of volunteers braved one of the most dermatologically dangerous and aromatically affronting frontiers in Manila – the bay shoreline. They did this to undertake the ...
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Chamber of Mines calls for gov’t crackdown on small-scale mining

Philippines
The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP) has renewed its call for the government to move against illegal small-scale mining (SMS) operations after another landslide incident claimed ...
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Student’s tree planting bill passes second reading

Philippines Youth
The House of Representatives has approved on its second reading a proposed bill which seeks to require students completing an academic degree in the Philippines to participate in ...
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Cool trade off: lower AC temperatures heat up the future

Health Life Weather
The Philippines being a tropical country, it’s understandable that most people would want to avoid the constant heat. But from our cars to our malls to our cafes ...
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Solon seeks probe on environmental degradation of Boracay

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MANILA, June 26, 2017 — A member of the House of Representatives is calling for a congressional inquiry into the rapid environmental decline of the world-famous island of ...
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