“In Davao, trees are not enough to absorb the carbon emissions if the coal power plant in Davao will operate considering that 40 percent of carbon emissions are contributed by coal power plants.”
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Religious groups slammed the Department of Education after it removed the phrase “God-loving” in its 2013 vision statement.
A Moro National Liberation Front faction said it is unlikely to follow the ways of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) because of the latter’s “radical” view of Islam.
An organization of the country’s photojournalists on Friday slammed House Bill 4807, or the Protection against Personal Intrusion Act, saying it “suppresses press freedom.”
Dubbed as the successor of the extremist group Al-Qaeda, the growing threat of armed operations of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) across the troubled Middle East has drawn mixed reactions from Catholics and Muslims elsewhere.
A Manila-based organization urging reform in the country’s tax system has brought its campaign online to press amendment to what it called archaic tax law which it claimed to “overtax” middle class workers.
Leaders and members of various religious denominations across the country have expressed support to a proposed bill aimed at “abolishing the pork barrel system” through a people’s initiative.
Human rights group Karapatan lambasted a military general for “sowing Palparan-style terror” in Kapalong town.
Genasque Enriquez, a tribal activist leader and Katribu Partylist National Vice Chairperson, was freed Saturday morning after posting bail on three frustrated murder charges before the Regional Trial Court Branch 29 in Surigao City.
Human rights activists said that former military General Jovito Palpatan is the country’s icon of “military brutality and state fascism.”