Philippine Team Wins Regional Marine Hackathon

Manila, July 9, 2021 — On July 7, Save Philippine Seas (SPS) and the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines announced Agusan del Norte-based Team Salom as the winners of this year’s Haquathon 2.0, a regional hackathon for tech-based solutions to save our seas.   Team Salom led the charge among participating teams of innovators from ...
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Regional Search for Tech-Based Solutions to Save Philippine Seas Now Open for Proposals

Manila, February 1, 2021 — Save Philippine Seas and the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines are launching Haquathon 2.0 (H20), a regional search for tech-based platforms, software, and hardware to save our seas.  The call for applications is now open and will run until March 14. The themes of H20 include illegal, unreported, and unregulated ...
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Haquathon

SEARCH FOR TECH-BASED SOLUTIONS TO SAVE OUR SEAS NOW OPEN! U.S. Embassy in the Philippines  and  Save Philippine Seas  (SPS) are pleased to announce the call for applications to the Haquathon, a search for tech-based solutions to save our seas. The Haquathon seeks Philippine-based individuals, groups, or organizations to create and pilot solutions that address coastal- and marine-related sustainability issues.  Proposals may be a ...
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Youth Leaders Conduct Marine Conservation Projects in Subic

Manila, February 21, 2017 — The Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Sea and Earth Advocates (SEA) Camp recently convened 25 Filipino youth from across the Philippines at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone for a week-long workshop on environmental conservation.  YSEALI SEA Camps, organized by Save Philippine Seas (SPS) in partnership with the U.S. Embassy ...
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