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ENVIRONMENT: CONTROLLING METHANE EMISSIONS IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

“If we did not have rice, our deepest comfort food, we would probably feel less Filipino,” the late food columnist Doreen Fernandez once said. Studies...

ENVIRONMENT: COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS ON THE BRINK (Last of Three Parts)

Like the two other marine habitats — the coral reefs and mangroves — the seagrasses are in deep trouble. Dr. Theresa Mundita S. Lim, director of...

ENVIRONMENT: COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS ON THE BRINK (Second of Three Parts)

On land, the ecosystem that supports the greatest number of plant and animal species is the rainforest. In the sea, it’s the coral reef. What...

ENVIRONMENT : COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS ON THE BRINK (First of Three Parts)

More than 50 million Filipinos are dependent on fish for food, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. In...

ENVIRONMENT:When the wells run dry

Most people, particularly those living in industrialized countries like United States and United Kingdom, may not experience the problem. But for 40% of...

ENVIRONMENT: When the wells run dry

The warning is out! It’s lack of water, not shortage of land, that will be the primary cause of the looming food crisis...

ENVIRONMENT: PHILIPPINE BIODIVERSITY: Going, going, gone?

“A few decades ago, the wildlife of the Philippines was notable for its abundance; now, it is notable for its variety; if present trend...

The forgotten tale of White Russians in Guiuan, Eastern Samar: my personal recollection on...

It was almost dark, on November 23, 2013, when we first arrived in Guiuan, Eastern Samar, two weeks after Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) first...

Pride of Davao

Tony Tancaptiong , who graduated at the Davao Chinese High School, now Davao Chong Chua High School, and who is behind the phenomenal success...

SCIENCE: The lethal side of mercury

Tagum City has gone a long, long way. From being a shadow of Davao City, Tagum has emerged to be one of the...

WEATHER UPDATE