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THREE in one! Buy one take three! Triple treat! The offer was too good to resist kicking up a three-way conversation. Three p.r.o.’s (public relations officers) of the newsiest personalities in town together at one table and they were sitting in front of me, at a casual dinner that had nothing to do with the hottest news of the week.
President Duterte is backing Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Gina Lopez to keep the precious watersheds “off limits” to destructive mining operations.Continue reading …
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez yesterday led congressional leaders in assuring Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Gina Lopez of solid backing in her decision to close down 23 mining firms and suspension of five others, some of which are allegedly owned by influential politicians.Continue reading …
Ipinapasara ng Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) ang Payatas landfill sa Quezon City kasabay ng panawagan sa local government na humanap na ng ibang lugar na mapagtatapunan ng basura sa lalong madaling panahon.Continue reading …
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said it will not allow the establishment of the 400-hectare underwater resort and theme park being proposed by an American children’s television network in Palawan.
DENR Secretary Gina Lopez told reporters her stand about not allowing the construction of Nickelodeon’s resort even as its proponents promised to protect the ocean and conserve its coral reefs.
In his State of the Nation Address on July 25, 2016, President Duterte spoke out on many of his concerns – among them Laguna Lake. “Itong Laguna Lake, naubos ang mga…wla na ang fishermen. Iyon na lang – one big fish pen to the other…makita mo sa plane every time I go to Davao…And the fishermen are complaining about their loss. Talagang wala na sila; kasi ang maliit na lugar, iyon lang ang kanila.”Continue reading …