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ENVIRONMENT: Watch out: Here comes La Niña!

Last May, Science Secretary Renato U. Solidum, Jr. said there was a 62% chance of going through La Niña by June. “The 62% by June...

ENVIRONMENT | Soil erosion: The quiet crisis of farming

The Philippines is an agricultural country. Agriculture is a major sector of the economy, ranking third – after services and industry – among the...

ENVIRONMENT: Protecting Davao’s watershed from devastation

Last May 10, the Davao City’s Watershed Management Council conducted an information education and communication activity in Barangay Tawan-Tawan, Baguio District, according to the...

ENVIRONMENT: Davao Gulf in deep trouble!

Davao de Oro is known for its highland areas as it is located in the upper portion of Davao Region. But it has two...

ENVIRONMENT: The looming water crisis

In the past, you could drink tap water directly from your faucet. Such is not the case anymore. More and more people are buying...

ENVIRONMENT: Biking is not only for healthier environment but for making people healthy, too

On July 20, 2021, the city government of Davao City inaugurated the 54.74-kilometer Metro Davao Bike Lane Network, which stretches across 14 road sections of the city. For its part, the regional office of the Department of Public Work and Highways installed bollards along sections of these bike lanes.

ENVIRONMENT: El Niño also threatens endangered coral reefs

What you read in newspapers, watch on television, and hear in radios about the effects of the current El Niño phenomenon like drought, dry...

ENVIRONMENT: Saving giant clams from extinction

A group of fisherfolk based in barangay Adecor in Kaputian District of Island Garden City of Samal (IGACOS) are trying to save some of...

ENVIRONMENT: Philippines more prone to climate change consequences

This one is for Ripley’s Believe It Or Not: Too much rain and floods during the summer season and scorching heat of the sun...

ENVIRONMENT: Davao City’s watersheds need protection

From time to time, the country’s largest city in terms of land area is confronted with water issues: either there is too much water...