Home / Nature

Going green is easier than you think!   Green is no longer

of the forest fire that has ravaged some 40 hectares of Mt. Apo’s forest cover, the city government of Kidapawan has ordered the closure of the mountain for a period of three to five years. “Effective Mar. 27, the trek to Mt. Apo is closed to give way for the restoration of its natural habitat,” Kidapawan City Mayor Joseph Evangelista told reporters. According to reports, the forest fire is blamed on a bonfire left behind by negligent trekkers.
Burning vegetation photo courtesy of Gregg Yan

How firebreaks, education can save Philippine mountains     Mt. Apo, the country’s


Climate change activist and former US Vice President Al Gore made a surprise visit to the Philippines, particularly, in Tacloban City to meet the