By Conrado R. Banal III
There is one sure way even for clowns to acquire media-induced popularity these days: attack business ventures in the name of the environment. It is even evident in the overkill about the 182 trees that the SM group wants to transfer within its own property in Baguio City. Look at that—all the loud protest over [...]
By Conrado Banal
This is an undeniable point on the 182-tree issue over the P1.2-billion construction of the SM group in its mall property in Baguio City: What compelled SM to pursue the project was the power of nature itself—the environment.
By the staff
Acting on a complaint filed by former Trade Minister Roberto V. Ongpin (RVO), Makati’s Office of the Prosecutor has indicted for perjury an official of Development Bank of the Philippines who last year published advertisements certifying that private lawyer Zenaida Ongkiko-Acorda had been designated spokesperson of the bank.
By Doris C. Dumlao and Kristine L. Alave
The SM Group has reiterated that the P1.2-billion expansion and redevelopment of its Baguio mall would be environmentally sustainable and safeguard not only the greenery but also the air quality and energy usage.
By Doris C. Dumlao
SM Prime Holdings Inc., the country’s largest shopping mall developer, announced on Sunday it would begin this month a one-year expansion and redevelopment plan for SM City Baguio based on an environment-friendly blueprint adhering to globally accepted “green” building standards.