People living in this city’s danger zones who refuse to follow government’s preemptive evacuation order in times of disasters will soon be penalized.
The proposed rehabilitation of the Agus-Pulangi hydropower plant complex (APHPC) was met with enthusiasm from environmental advocates and power consumers in Mindanao.
A “green wish list” prepared by leaders of various environmental, health and justice organizations identified key environment issues that they want President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to prioritize in his administration.
Mindanao-based environmental organizations, together with cause-oriented advocates across the nation, have criticized San Miguel Corporation (SMC) for its massive plans on new fossil fuel power plants.
An energy consumer advocacy group called on the incoming administration of Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr. to choose the next Department of Energy (DOE) secretary based on his or her proven track record.
An environment group has urged President-elect Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. to institute essential measures to protect the nation’s interest from global waste and prevent other countries from dumping their garbage in the Philippines.
As the election campaign heats up, local environment groups urge candidates to look on an important issue that contributes to climate change.
A commotion between environmental groups and the police happened during the former’s silent protest held in front of the Sangguniang Panglunsod building on Tuesday, as leaders were almost arrested.
A few days after President Rodrigo Duterte delivered his final state of the nation address, environmental group EcoWaste Coalition looked back on the achievements and failures of the government on environmental issues during his presidency as he steps down from office a few months from now.
One person died in Davao del Sur while scores of families in the city evacuated as Tropical Storm Dante continues to pour heavy rains in Davao Region as it intensifies placing some areas in Eastern Samar to Signal 2 as of Tuesday morning, June 1.