The video presents the Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines and the second largest in Southeast Asia. It describes the lake, tells some trivia, its present condition and some issues and concerns. The video also discusses the Laguna Lake Development Authority, a government owned and controlled corporation mandated to preserve the lake to its natural pristine. It also invites viewers to become partners toward the lake's sustainable development.
Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Local Government Units (LGUs), academe, and other concerned sectors and agencies join hands for the rehabilitation of Laguna de Bay using the Sustainable Integrated Area Development and Management (SIADM) approach, during a convergence workshop on November 10-11, 2016 at Splash Mountain Resort in Los Baños, Laguna.
"Perhaps, one of the objectives (of this convergence workshop) is to not only plan out what should be done in the local area, but to also be familiar with the direction of the new administration," Department of Environment and Natural Resou ...
Cavinti, a municipality in Laguna, is my birthplace and home town. Cavinti is home to the Cavinti Falls, formerly known as Pagsanjan Falls.
Instead of finding it in the town of Pagsanjan, Cavinti Falls is actually located in the vicinity of Cavinti. Cavinti Falls is a 90 meter waterfall which spills over the lip of a rocky cliff down into a watery basin with no stops in between. One activity that you shouldn't miss is a ride on the bamboo rafts which will take you into the base of the waterfall and through the curtain of water into the Devil's Cave. I can't count the number of times I have ...