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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...

ENVIRONMENT: Expect future intense typhoons due to climate change

The recent super typhoons that hit the country were just a “dry run” of what to happen in the coming years. Filipinos should be...

ENVIRONMENT: Deforestation, climate change threaten Philippine medicinal trees, plants

Deforestation and climate change are threatening the country’s medicinal trees and plants, according to a line agency of the Department of Environment and Natural...

ENVIRONMENT: Blue economy paves way for country’s progress and development

We need to create and protect our wealth for a sustainable blue economy, said Science Secretary Renato U. Solidum, Jr. during the country's largest...

ENVIRONMENT: Harnessing the power of winds

Most of the electricity generated in the Philippines comes from fossil fuels. In fact, about 70% of it and 90% are generated from coal...

ENVIRONMENT: Using biofuels to the max

These days, with the problem of increasing price of oil and climate change, biofuels come to mind. Unfortunately, most Filipinos are not aware of...

ENVIRONMENT: Mindanao gets ready for impending disasters

“Disasters happen when we forget this very important message from a campaign from the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction or UNDRR which...

ENVIRONMENT: Source of safe water during disasters is now possible

The Philippines – with more than 7,100 islands – is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Unfortunately, it is located in...

ENVIRONMENT: Preserving and restoring vanishing mangroves

Mangrove forests, just like their counterparts in the uplands, are a vital resource. Yet, like the upland trees, they are cut wantonly and now...