Study: Philippines among countries most affected by climate change

By Kristine L. Alave Philippine Daily Inquirer The Philippines is one of the countries that suffer the most from extreme weather events, which exact a high death toll and economic losses, a study by an international think tank said. Analyzing data from 1991…Read More

Plant A Tree On Your Birthday

Birthdays are a good time to plant a tree as a way of giving back to mother nature. The rainy season is upon us, the soil is soft, it won't be that hard to dig that pot hole and plant your seedling. Have you planted your tree yet?

Air pollution is just the superficial concern

Too much carbon dioxide causes global warming. Trees are the only solution!

Climate change blamed for storms, flooding, drought

Watch and hear the news on Tv, read the newspapers, look around us, we have been warned about the effects of climate change, and now we can feel that our dry season is drier (drought), and wet season is wetter (flooding). Are we just going to be passive and…Read More

'Now's the best time to plant trees' - DENR

By Tarra Quismundo, lifted without permission from the Philippine Daily Inquirer Thursday, June 23rd, 2011 Saying the wet season is the perfect time to go green, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is calling on the public to take…Read More

Philippine Environmental Heroes for 2011

By Dennis Posadas on April 26, 2011 EarthSavers Movement founding chair, and now Climate Change Commissioner Heherson T. Alvarez, announced the eight recipients of this year's Fr. Neri Satur Award for Environmental Heroism. The Award, given annually for a…Read More

GROUP SEEKS FOREST RESTORATION TO CLEANSE PLANET

COPEMISH, Mich. – Redwoods and sequoias towering majestically over California's northern coast. Oaks up to 1,000 years old nestled in a secluded corner of Ireland. The legendary cedars of Lebanon. They are among the most iconic trees on Earth, remnants of…Read More
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