A 90-minute drive from Cebu City via the Transcentral Highway, Foressa aims to be a community aims that provides vecinos access to the great outdoors: hiking, biking, spelunking, camping, trail riding, among others.
Environment lawyer Antonio Oposa’s “Shooting Stars and Dancing Fish” is a picture-and-story book written for both the young and decision makers in mind. The climate crisis, he explained, gets lost in jargon and the notion that this is someone else’s problem to fix.
The Binary Plant 1 is one of three binary cycle power plants in the MakBan Geothermal Project Complex. It utilizes excess heat from spent brine to generate clean and renewable energy for the Luzon Grid.
WeatherPhilippines Foundation General Manager Dave Valeriano and Junior Meteorologist John Christian Lequiron guested on air at Radyo Inquirer DZIQ 990’s Ladies’ Talk program. Their talk focused on WeatherPhilippines’ capability to provide highly localized and accurate weather information, which the listeners could have free access to.
“We have a huge opportunity to tell our compelling story for employment among students and university alumni. We are in diverse businesses that offer opportunities for career mobility, a friendly environment with accessible leaders, and most notably, a strong social mission – magnets to an emerging workforce.” – Nina Pedro, Vice President for Group Attraction, AEV
Held in Poro Municipal Gym in Camotes Island in Cebu, Pilmico participated in the outreach program by sponsoring a number of seminars on livestock raising and animal nutrition. In the coming months, Pimico will also be present in Naval and Tacloban – the next two locations for RAFI’s outreach caravan this year.
A select group of young Cebuanos is in Europe from April 21 to May 13 as this year’s delegates to the 5th Young Minds on eXplore (YMX5) exchange program that aims to provide an avenue to better understand European culture and their own.
In upholding its sustainability efforts, UnionBank endeavors to extensively adopt guidelines for green building planning, construction, maintenance and operation, serving as a benchmark of resource efficiency in the banking and financial sector.
After two weeks of intensive training, 17 residents of Brgy. Maa, Davao City finally received the fruit of their labor as they completed Davao Light’s Project B.E.S.T (Basic Electrician Skills Training) at a special graduation ceremony held on April 21.
Republic Cement Batangas Plant is community partner in developing the youth from its host barangays, encouraging them to be actively involved in growing trees out of seeds and instilling love for our planet.
This next phase of the “Catchments and Communities Project” will use results of the first phase to engage local government units and other stakeholders to commit to a strategic framework, and help in developing action plans to ensure the sustainability of the Morong watershed.
AboitizPower will focus on the Aboitiz Talent Management Program (ATMP) to encourage team leaders to think of succession and development programs that ensure readiness of team members to take on future roles.
It’s summer time! Sun is out and it’s the best time to be chilling out. Whether you’re relaxing by the pool or enjoying the cool breeze outdoor, always keep in mind that electrical hazards could also exist. Davao Light lists some safety reminders to ensure that electrical hazards do not mess up your fun under the sun.
We trust all of you to use social media in a responsible manner and also encourage you to be our online brand ambassadors. Let us comply with information security policies, be respectful and diplomatic while engaging with the general public, always mindful that our conversations can impact our name and reputation.
We want people to be more aware of how important clean air is. Every day we walk around and we don’t notice the pollution surrounding us. And with Air-Mazing Race, we hope our participants would learn about our advocacy while having fun.
The certification ensures an even more robust protection of financial information against identity theft, fraudulent purchases, and other security threats, complying with more stringent requirements to effectively reduce the risk of data breaches and other card issues.
Organized in partnership with AboitizLand, the event aimed to help raise funds for the completion of the human milk bank at the Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center, which has been operating since 2013 and is the first such facility in Region 7.
An employee-driven initiative, Life Sacks has been changing lives of communities by providing an additional source of income to cooperatives through used Pilmico flour sacks that are converted into sellable recycled bags.
Through the seminar, the attendees were acquainted with knowledge of the role of the media, the media cycle as well as tips on how to face traditional media and the use of digital and social media in this day and age.
In a workshop held at the Ahon sa Hirap Inc. (ASHI) training office in Quezon City, 30 women who came as far as Quezon province and who brought with them their sample goods, learned how to promote their products by using a short video advertisement.
A portion of the total ticket sales funded the rehabilitation of classroom walls and other school fixtures, service-learning activities, and purchase of smart TVs and other essential school supplies to benefit over 600 pupils of Col. E. De Leon Elementary School.
The Foundation and TMO assisted the school in the refurbishment of classrooms into baking and cookery, dress-making, and cosmetology laboratories, which over 900 students in all levels are currently utilizing. The Aboitiz Foundation also donated the equipment needed for each vocational class.