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Today's society is consumer-based which means we have great consumer power. Read more
Emissions from transport are the fastest growing contributor to climate change. Read more
Avoid buying PET beverage bottles, straw and take-out containers.
Tourism is the biggest industry in the world with massive impacts on people and nature. Read more.
Each of us has a responsibility to safeguard the natural environment of the area we live in. Read more.
For every liter of gasoline used by a car, 2.5 kilograms of carbon dioxide is added to the air along with other pollutants.
All of us enjoy a day out but we must remember to respect what makes our day out so enjoyable.
Here are the steps on making your own paper at home.
WWF-Philippines encourages energy and waste-saving measures to reduce impact on the environment. One example is to unplug your laptops or desktops when not in use.
Many of us think our gardens as our refuges from the world but our attempts at turning our little patch idyllic may have detrimental consequences.
Learn how you can make your own rainwater collector.
Households are responsible for majority of the country's energy use. You can make a big difference in your home simply by making a few small adjustments to your routine.