Is this Philippine sailfin lizard saying hello to the butterfly or is that ‘sup’ a reference to supper? We assume the latter.
The Chocolate Hills of Bohol in the Philippines were uniquely formed by the uplift of coral deposits followed by rainwater erosion. At the end of the dry season, the famous hills earn their name when the grass turns from green to brown.
While it may look like a planetary video game of sorts, these square blocks of mangroves are farmed in the Philippines.
History has been made. The installation of the first hybrid solar/micro-hydro grid project in the Philippines is now complete! After much work, Helios Altas and its partners in the Philippines have officially set up an energy grid using the company’s proprietary Helios PowerBall™ (micro hydro generators), an array of solar panels and a bank of batteries. […]