A recent study by a local environment group showed that youth in two Mindanao regions have high awareness on environmental issues and are interested to join initiatives for its protection.
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Church leaders from various denominations in this city celebrate the Mindanao Week of Peace with a joint statement calling for an end of hostilities between government and armed revolutionary groups amid the ongoing pandemic and natural calamities.
It is supremely dissonant that, on what is supposedly Indigenous Peoples’ Month in the Philippines, the local police of the province of Kalinga proposes to demolish the monument to three historical figures to the Indigenous struggles of the Cordillera region.
A cleanup in one of Davao City’s potable water source revealed thousands of single-use food packages, sachets and bottles of house items have been dumped in the area.
The late former environment secretary Gina Lopez and a Lumad women organization are among the awardees of the 6th Gawad Bayani ng Kalikasan (GBK) (Environmental Heroes Awards) given out by environment groups on Monday, September 28.
By JOHN RIZLE SALIGUMBA
Small-scale miners grapple with the impact of landslides and the government’s demolition order.
By MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN
DISCUSSION. A liaison officer from the local government discusses with the leader of the small-scale miners the mechanics of distributing…
SEARCHING. Small-scale miners try to remove debris and mound of soil that swallowed 50 bunkhouses, hoping to retrieve…
WAITING. Small-scale miners wait for the advice to continue the retrieval operation. (davaotoday.com photo by Medel Hernani)