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AT LEAST 3,000 persons were forced to leave their homes when floods and landslides hit several towns in the provinces of Davao del Norte and...

THE Climate Change Media Awards 2013 honored four Filipino journalists for their coverage and production of stories that promoted awareness of climate change in...

THE ANNOUNCEMENT of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources that it will use drones to fight illegal logging in Southern Mindanao has drawn...

The Low Pressure Area hovering in Mindanao yesterday--the reason why Davao City and many other parts of Mindanao, Visayas and Luzon have experienced rains--has...

The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services (Pagasa) on Sunday afternoon said a Low Pressure Area was spotted East of Mindanao. The forecast issued 5:00...

Like a time bomb, the climate change clock is ticking. And it is ticking fast. This was the warning of environmentalists as the traces of...

Two weeks after the floodwaters rose to inundate the town of Carmen in Davao del Norte, more than a hundred of residents here are...

Mindanao leaders, business players, donor agency representatives, civil society groups and government officials ended the First Mindanao Development Forum Friday afternoon with high hopes...

Despite thousands of shelters already built for the survivors of typhoon Pablo (international name Bohpa)—and millions of dollars worth of aid pouring in—many survivors...

The US government has apologized for the grounding of the USS Guardian on Tubbataha Reef with Ambassador to the Philippines Harry K. Thomas calling...

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