Bureau of Animal Industry

In efforts to curb a widespread epidemic, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) have released three “meat-sniffing dogs” to detect incoming passengers bringing in fresh animal meat in the country that might have been contaminated with deadly swine fever. Said dogs were trained to detect and sniff meat that could be smuggled inside passengers’ luggage, to ease confiscation. BAI Director Dr. Ronnie Domingo


City of Dreams Manila amps up sustainability efforts with a holistic initiative on coffee and coffee making, further enhancing its eco-efficient operations. Not only does its source coffee beans from local farmers, it also repurposes the used coffee grounds as organic fertilizers, and recycles the coffee capsules used in its guest rooms. “As a socially and environmentally-responsible business, we are always looking for ways on how we can strengthen our


14 people whom killed in a supposed anti-criminality campaign in Negros Oriental were farmers who were massacred by the police on Saturday. According to Kabataan Party-list Rep. Sarah Elago, condemned the killings and stated her group holds the Duterte administration and authorities accountable “for this crime against our farmers.” “The youth stands with our farmers as we call for justice for the victims of the Canlaon Massacre and all the