Day Zero: The Metro Manila Water Problem

Last year saw the makings of a major water crisis strike the coastal city of Cape Town, South Africa. Metro Manila may be far removed from the dry and temperate climate of South Africa, but could something like the Cape Town water crisis happen in the Philippines? The Big One “In Capetown all their eggs… Read More

Conservation Groups Rally for Sustainable Fisheries and the Establishment of a Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources

Quezon City, Philippines – Conservation groups came together to highlight to the public the importance of sustainable fisheries and to advocate for the establishment of a Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DFAR). Known collectively as the Pangingisda Nating Gawing Tama (PaNaGaT) Network, a group of non-government organizations has been advocating for national compliance to Sustainable… Read More

WWF-Philippines Promotes Food Security for the Protection of Ipo Watershed

Indigenous men and women till their land and water their new crops as representatives from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines conducted a farming workshop in Ipo Watershed late last month. WWF-Philippines, together with agriculture technology partner East-West Seed Foundation, has been promoting food security through urban and communal gardening in communities all… Read More