The passage of the RH bill in both houses is the fulfillment of the long time wish for the majority of the Filipino people in addressing the socioeconomic and environmental problems of the country that are brought about by an ever-increasing population growth after the bill lays dormant for 13 years.
The recent National Bamboo Congress held last October at the World Trade Center in Pasay City, has highlighted the importance of bamboo industry in the country’s socioeconomic and environmental development.
The world’s expanding cities are currently on track to occupy an extra area of 1.5 million square kilometers by 2030, equivalent to France, Germany and Spain combined.
The film aims to combine the art of nature documentary with a campaigning quest that has been followed up by Hong Kong-based Australian film director Craig Leeson over the past year regarding the menace of plastic from Sardinia to Canada to the Indian Ocean.
Individuals exposed to trichloroethylene (TCE), are six fold times prone in developing Parkinson’s disease, according to researchers.
Federal regulators like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have long insisted that the genetically altered crops pose no harm to the environment.
Fishing, once a matter of casting a net into the sea or hooking with rod and line is under increasing pressure as the world struggles to feed its hungry mouths.