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CLIMATE CHANGE: ENDING POSSIBLE APOCALYPSE

“We are encouraging all government agencies and offices and local government units to establish rainwater collection systems, protect our biological diversity, adopt energy efficiency...

A tribute to Sir Efren

By FRANCES MAE GEVERA-MACAPAGAT PIA Davao office has become what it is now because of...

True colors: A closer look at poll ‘hotspots’

It is that time again when Filipinos choose their next leaders. In the Philippines, the election season,...

Environment: Biodegradable Substitute to Synthetic Plastics Developed

Plastic is now one of the country’s top pollutants of canals, rivers, and other waterways.  Unfortunately, most of these buoyant materials end...

BIGGER PICTURE: UNDERSTANDING WHAT LOVE REALLY IS!

What really love is?  Do people really know what it is?  Love is perhaps the most...

ENVIRONMENT: SAVING ECOLOGICALLY-FRAGILE CORAL REEFS(Last of Three Parts)

CORAL reefs are the marine equivalent of rainforests and considered one of the planet's essential life-support systems. ...

ENVIRONMENT: SAVING ECOLOGICALLY-FRAGILE CORAL REEFS (Second of Three Parts)

In July last year, Romina Lim posted in her Facebook account some photos of Tubipora and Heliopora corals that were “exported” from the Philippines in a gift shop...

BIGGER PICTURE: A SEASON OF FLOODS

Photos by IDS-Comval With rainy season around, typhoons and floods are not far behind....
ENVIRONMENT: THE LOOMING WATER CRISIS (Last of Three Parts)

ENVIRONMENT: THE LOOMING WATER CRISIS (Last of Three Parts)

“Although climate change and water are related, water has no substitutes.  We can transition away from coal and oil to solar, wind and other...
ENVIRONMENT: THE LOOMING WATER CRISIS (Second of Three Parts)

ENVIRONMENT: THE LOOMING WATER CRISIS (Second of Three Parts)

“The large water footprints for beef, pork and other meats indicate the large volumes of water used for...

WEATHER UPDATE

Davao City
scattered clouds
30 ° C
30 °
30 °
66 %
4.1kmh
40 %
Sat
27 °
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27 °
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29 °
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28 °
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28 °