News and Events
Pusod Inc. organized the “1st Taal Volcano Protected Landscape Ecotourism (TVPL) Summit 2014” last November 24-28, from 9am to 5pm at Pusod Taal Lake Conservation Center, Sitio Lipute, Barangay Kinalaglagan, Mataasnakahoy, Batangas. There were 56 participants who are...read more
It used to take a 45-minute boat ride for people living in Barangay (village) Calawit, Balete town in Batangas to be able to charge their cellular phones in mainland Taal, as well as buy batteries for flashlights and kerosene for lamps to light up their homes. With...read more
Benefit Sunset Dinner Concert to rehabilitate the Taal Lake Conservation Center damaged by Glenda, a brass quintet will be performing onsite by the lake on October 21, 2014 after a sunset watch at 5:30 and dinner. This is in preparation for the use of the Center for a...read more
Improved and fully enforced rules on the habitation and visitation of Volcano Island towards increasing disaster response capacity and reducing the threat of casualty especially among vulnerable populations, enhanced capabilities of each citizen to respond to threats and occurrence of disaster and options for post-disaster start-up livelihoods.
TALISAY and MATAAS NA KAHOY, BATANGAS – Looking down from the wind-swept resorts and hotels of Tagaytay City, vacationers see Taal Lake as pristine and as inviting as before. Indeed, from a distance, the 24,356 – hectare body of water that is part of one of the country ‘ s most popular tourist attractions remains a sight to behold, with gentle breezes often rippling its surface.read more