Hamilo Coast through its developer, SM Prime’s Costa Del Hamilo, Inc. safeguards a 20-hectare mangrove forest, the largest of its kind in Nasugbu, Batangas. Together with the World Wildlife Fund for Nature Philippines (WWF-Philippines), Hamilo Coast continues to preserve over 50,000 mangrove trees to date as it remains committed to its advocacy for environmental and social sustainability.
SM Turns to Rain Water Harvesting a key to Living Flood Free04/07/2022
Climate change is real and Filipinos are among those who can attest to the devastating effects it brings to everyday life. Faced with about 20 typhoons a year, the Asian Development Bank reported that the total impact from storms have reached about US$20 billion from 1990 to 2020. It causes a temporary disruption due to […]
SM joins Earth Hour 2022; Lights switch-off, Virtual Run part of activity line-up03/21/2022
As part of the company’s sustainability efforts, SM Supermalls, through its corporate social responsibility arm SM Cares, is once again joining the world in observing Earth Hour, with this year’s theme “Shape Our Future,” focusing on how we can work together in halting and reversing climate change and nature loss by 2030. Earth Hour is […]
(Updated) Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Missing03/08/2014
A Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 bound for Beijing, China from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has lost contact with Air Traffic Control on 8 March 2014 2.40am. The flight is carrying a total of 227 souls onboard and has been missing for more than 6 hours. Update 03/08/14 10:10AM: Multiple sources are rumoring that the aircraft has landed at Nanming, China, […]