Archive for the “Environmental Sustainability” Category
Friday September 18th, 2020 • By cpmco
It’s a sustainable day in Diatoy Island. The Green Thumb Committee of Ecoconserve spearheaded a planting activity. A total of 30 cashew plants and 15 jackfruits were planted and we are looking to a bountiful harvest in the months to come. In case you didn’t know, Coron is known for producing one the best-tasting cashews in the country. Guests of Club Paradise Palawan are fond of the…
Friday August 14th, 2020 • By cpmco
What is Drip Irrigation?
The crops at Club Paradise Palawan’s Taranuman Farm have been thriving since we implemented the drip irrigation system, an efficient water and nutrient delivery system for growing crops. By delivering water and nutrients directly to the plant’s root zone, in the right amounts, at the right time, each plant gets exactly what it needs, when it needs it, while saving on water, fertilizers, as…
Friday March 6th, 2020 • By cpmco
We’re thrilled to share this global recognition with all of you! Club Paradise Palawan is a finalist in the Best of Asia-Pacific category at the 2020 Sustainable Destination Awards!
The Sustainable Destination Awards is organized by Green Destinations, a non-profit foundation for sustainable tourism, which leads a global partnership among expert organizations, companies, and academic institutions. They developed an assessment and reporting system to assess current tourism…
Monday February 10th, 2020 • By cpmco
Club Paradise Palawan is an exclusive 19-hectare island resort hotel dotted in a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve amid Coron’s magnificent landscapes and seascapes. And here are the top 6 things you will love about it:
Savor the succulent flavors of the land’s harvest and the ocean’s bounty at Club Paradise Palawan’s Firefish Restaurant. Digging into a hearty boodle fight is definitely a must-try…
Monday December 9th, 2019 • By cpmco
This generation’s notion in adopting an environmentally-sensitive approach in consumer products has introduced the advent of eco-friendly alternatives to plastic straws, bags, and utensils. But the fundamental issue here goes deeper than what’s fashionable or “in” and it needs to be immediately addressed.
The alarming number of marine animals who die or get injured because of plastic trash has moved Club Paradise Palawan into establishing its…
Monday October 21st, 2019 • By cpmco
Ever since the beginning, trees have played a vital role in every community by supporting and sustaining life. To name a few of their key contributions to the ecosystem — they provide food, shelter and oxygen, support the wildlife, and improve the quality of air we breathe.
Last 5 October 2019, in celebration of National Statistics Month of The Department of Environment and Natural Resources: Community Environment and Natural Resources Office…
Friday August 16th, 2019 • By cpmco
These bags are made from recycled plastic by the children living in Hagonoy, Bulacan, where they hand weave and paint the designs themselves. They are available at Beach Street in Club Paradise for Php 2,800. This is the resort’s way of supporting local artistry and communities.
In recognition of Nene Zapico, a young student who started this project together with a group of kids, we named it the…
Thursday August 15th, 2019 • By cpmco
Plant-Based Burger at PHP 780
Satisfy your meat cravings the healthy and sustainable way! Try Firefish Restaurant’s latest offering, the Plant-Based Burger, served with guacamole, fresh lettuce, tomatoes, miso mayo and a side of frites. The plant-based meat’s primary sources of protein are peas, rice, mung beans, and fava beans which are rich in heart-healthy nutrients. It melts and tenderizes like beef — retaining the…
Wednesday July 17th, 2019 • By cpmco
Being responsible stewards of one of the most beautiful pieces of sub-continental land in the Philippines, Club Paradise Palawan has a number of advocacies that promote environmental sustainability under our EcoConserve project.
Apart from the regular beach clean-ups, where our guest can sign-up for, our colleagues from Front Office, Security, Housekeeping, Human Resources and Farm Operations departments joined the Coron Town Clean-up held last Saturday, 13…
Wednesday July 10th, 2019 • By cpmco
Turning pollution into solution, Club Paradise Palawan embarked on the Ecobrick Project 2019, a multi departmental initiative aimed at transforming discarded plastic into building materials called “Ecobricks.” In this project, employees joined a workshop where they learned how to properly pack clean and dry used plastics into PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles to achieve a target density that is needed to turn these ecobricks into solid basic building block units.