PH’s biggest croc’s habitat in critical condition

By Florante S. Solmerin | Posted on July 25, 2012 | 12:12am | The Agusan marshland is in “critical condition’ due to unabated cutting of trees, the Anti-Illegal Task Force said on Tuesday. Lolong’s lair. The Guinness-certified biggest saltwater crocodile, “Lolong,” thrives in Agusan marshlands. The AILTF made the observation after conducting an aerial observation …

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11 aliens sued for polluting bay

By Serafin Ramos Jr. | Posted on July 18, 2012 | 12:02am | 0 Comments Sarangani Bay shoreline. Photo courtesy of Sarangani Information Office GLAN, Sarangani—Mayor Victor James Yap Sr. filed charges Monday against 11 officers and crew of two foreign vessels that allegedly dumped pollutants into Sarangani Bay last May. He filed a complaint before …

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Is Backward Sustainable? I think that’s full of BS

Its more than twenty years since the Rio Summit, something that drove me to pursue a career in environmental management and development work that my mother worried about during the early years of my careers. Since it requires a lot hiking, mountain climbing and a few brushes with separatist groups in protected areas. It has …

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