Today is: December 08, 2013
BAGUIO CITY – The city council has sought the formulation of an integrated program on climate change for the city to cope with the expected impact of global warming and other repercussions of climate change.
Sixth grader Laurence Theo Parinas visited the tree park beside the Baguio Convention Center last Sept. 13 and learned that President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo had ordered that it be preserved as such.
Back in class at the Baguio Pines Family Learning Center the following Monday, he wrote the President:
BAGUIO CITY – After the Roadside Inspection, Testing and Monitoring Team’s (RITMT) intermittent operations along the city’s roads from June 29 up to the present, 711 vehicles were flagged down for testing, with 61% failing the smoke-belching testing machine readings.
Pupils, students and teachers of three public elementary and high schools walked through the center of Baguio’s urban landscape last Aug. 21 to know its historical monuments and buildings, clean its main street and mark the 26th death anniversary of Senator Benigno Aquino Jr.