Financing of fossil gas projects in VIP
Protect VIP Convenor Gerry Arances called for an end to Bank of America's funding of San Miguel Corporation and Shell who are behind fossil gas projects in the Verde Island Passage. (photo from Rainforest Action Network)

Advocates join call to end Bank of America’s financing of fossil gas projects in VIP

Second round of engagements with US banks and financiers to stop funding SMC and Shell underway Protect VIP, a coalition of communities, sectors, and advocates

Aboitiz Coastal Conservation
COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT. (from left to right) Aboitiz Land Senior AVP for Legal & Corporate Affairs Atty. Misch Sta. Ana, Cora Foundation Founder and Executive Director Antoinette Cherish Taus and Aboitiz Foundation President and Chief Operating Officer Maribeth Marasigan signed a Memorandum of Agreement which aims to reinforce their partnership in coastal conservation.

Aboitiz Foundation, Aboitiz Land, and CORA Foundation join forces for Coastal Conservation

In a significant move towards environmental conservation and sustainability, the Aboitiz Foundation, Aboitiz Land, and the Communities Organized for Resource Allocation (CORA) Foundation signed a

Bird perches
A Philippine green pigeon (Treron axillaris) is seen eating a fig, the seeds of which will be dispersed the next time the bird defecates. Researchers are looking at the potential role of artificial and natural bird perches in this dispersal process towards restoring degraded forests.(Photo credit: Jelaine Lim Gan)

Investigating the role of bird perches in reforestation

Reforesting damaged forests is crucial for fighting climate change and protecting wildlife. One common way to do this is by planting trees, but this can

TPB Environmental Initiatives
The Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) Philippines recently conducted a CSR program in partnership with the Haribon Foundation. The TPB employees participated in proper awareness training, educational sessions, and hands-on environmental activities in the La Mesa Nature Reserve and the Southern Sierra Madre Mountains.

TPB Goes Green Through Environmental Initiatives in the La Mesa Nature Reserve and Sierra Madre Mountain Range

The Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) Philippines, the marketing and promotions arm of the Department of Tourism (DOT), held its corporate social responsibility activity last August