The idea came up during presentations in a workshop by 42 forest protectors which include barangay officials and barangay tanod (watchmen) whose villages are within the coverage of the protected areas of this city and the neighboring town of Calabanga.
This year’s fiesta celebration left the biggest volume of garbage, compared to those collected in the previous years, Martin revealed.
A-PAD is a transnational disaster aid alliance that works to facilitate cooperation and understanding between governments, private companies, and NGOs in the Asia Pacific Region.
Members of the anti-smoke belching unit (ASBU) of the local government unit here have recently completed a 4-day training/workshop that would arm them with effective knowledge and skills in managing a roadside inspection of motor vehicles that churn out smoke beyond the limits set by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
On March 28, this year, darkness will envelop the entire city for more than an hour. But there’s nothing to worry about it because the occasion will be a meaningful night as part of a global celebration for the protection of Mother Earth.
Beginning next week, the City Engineer’s Office (CEO) will conduct a series of surveys along the banks of the Naga River to see to it that the 3-meter easement from the river side will be accordingly implemented in the revetment of the 4-kilometer body of water.
MORE than 200 workers of the city government rolled up their sleeves to clean up one of the city’s major thoroughfares last week.
Prominent personalities and resource persons on environment and climate change will spearhead the lineup of speakers during the Interfaith Dialogue on Climate Change at Fernando Hall of the Ateneo de Naga University here, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on November 14, Friday this week.
Naga City Mayor John Bongat has been invited to be one of the speakers in the 2nd International River Summit to be held in Marikina City on November 19-21, 2014.
Mayor John G. Bongat has called on every Nagueño here to take the lead in making Naga River truly a river of life.
he local government unit here has 3 days more starting Thursday to rid the entire city of waste and debris left by Typhoon Glenda that battered the Bicol Region for more than 5 hours last July 15, this year.
The DOST conducted its two-day conference in line with the launch of its new information, education and communication campaign strategy dubbed as “Science for Safer Communities” or S4SC last May 19 to 20 at the Avenue Plaza Hotel.
The City Government of Naga is organizing a seminar-workshop that will further the knowledge and understanding of the participants on disaster and calamity resiliency.
Bicol Mail Liwat pigtawan nin panahon kan City Hall an CJ Global Green Energy Philippines, Corporation sagcod sa Diciembre 31, 2013 nganing ponan na an construccion kan naabalang patrabajo kan Waste to Energy Project. Alagad an local na gobierno nag-abiso na sa CJ Global huli ta atrasado na an proyecto, bukas na City Hall mag-ako [...]
By Paul John F. Barrosa Bicol Mail NAGA CITY — Exhausted with the perennially inefficient and unsatisfactory delivery of electric power services by the Camarines Sur II Electric Cooperative (Casureco II), the city government here has formed a Renewable Energy Development Committee (REDC) to undertake studies and recommend actions on possible alternative sources of electricity [...]