• The Industry as a Government Partner: A Call to Action_1/ 
    As the largest oil refining and marketing company in the Philippines, it goes without saying that Petron Corporation
    is a leader in the industry. We can just imagine the amount of investment put in, the number of lives touched, and
    the impact of the business to the environment.       
  • The PNP Integrees as Partners in Environmental Protection_1/ 
     Foremost, may I extend to you my universal greetings of peace: Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh.  
    Peace be unto you and so may the mercy of Allah and His blessings".
    December 28, 2012 at Del Rio Splash Resort, City of Koronadal.
  • The National Greening Program: More Than Just Planting Trees* 
    More than just planting trees, The National Greening Program (NGP) seeks to pursue
    sustainable development for poverty reduction, food security, livelihood development,
    biodiversity conservation, and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
    November 28, 2012, University of Southern Mindanao, Kabacan, North Cotabato
  • The Recyclable Waste Fair: An Environmental Awareness-Raising Event*
    Once again, I take pleasure in extending my warmest felicitations to the Provincial Government of
    South Cotabato led by Governor Arthur Y. Pingoy for spearheading the 3rd South Cotabato Recyclable
    Waste Fair. The management of solid waste in this part of the country has been elevated into a creative
    and a festive activity through the holding of the biennial recyclable waste fair. Certainly, South Cotabateños
    do not run out of good ideas in its advocacy of recycling in order to manage garbage.





(September 27,2017,Lake Sebu,South Cotabato) Happening Now.Department of Environment and Natural Resources through Ecosystem Research and Development Bureau ERDB with Mining and Degraded Area Rehabilitation Research Center conducts Regional Technology Forum on Invasive Alien Species: Its threats to Environment and Natural Resources,Food and National Security.Chief, ERDB - ZFERD Carmelita I. Villamor (right photo,standing) presents an overview of IAS's negative impacts such as the "Buyo-Buyo" with scientific name, Piper Aducum L. and other floras and faunas that may threat the economic and physiological aspects of Lake Sebu.(KBBenpolok/RPAO/DENRXII)


NGP in Google Map