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An independent report says the 'unprecedented' bleaching and coral die-off in 2016 was 'a game changer'
The group ‘Coal is not cool’ serves as a communication hub for communities affected by coal-fired power plants and their supporters
Senate Minority Leader Ralph Recto, who wants to limit charter change to economic provisions, believes federalism will harm the economy
The provincial government of Bataan says that it would provide housing for 250 affected families within the next 3 to 5 months
Vice President Leni Robredo says lawmakers should just introduce amendments to some provisions of the Constitution
A community in Bataan complains of health problems that were allegedly caused by the power plants in their area
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Residents complain of health problems, including skin and respiratory diseases, that are allegedly caused by San Miguel Corporation's power plant in Limay
Southern Leyte Rep Roger Mercado: 'We will be busy discussing the death penalty [first]. Then it is our hope that Congress give priority on our business when we open our session come May this year.'
(UPDATED) Around 2,500 firemen battle more than 80 blazes in New South Wales state
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Fossil fuel companies are underestimating growth of electric car industry, says a report by financial think tank Carbon Tracker
After the President signs the 'Instrument of Accession,' it will be sent to Senate for concurrence, after which it becomes a legally-binding treaty
The figures are among the highest ever issued by the US government, and take into account new scientific studies on the disappearing ice cover in Greenland and Antarctica
'All the Calamian Islands are ancestral domains of the Tagbanuas. So far, there are only 2 communities that have been awarded the title. There are 23 barangays still applying for titles,' a development worker explains
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Donald Trump could enact sweeping changes to environmental policy in the beginning days of his administration, with far-reaching effects both in the United States and around the world
Temperatures spiked to new national highs in parts of India, Kuwait and Iran, while sea ice melted faster than ever in the fragile Arctic, says the report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Whatever the historians write, Barack Hussein Obama – America's first black president – can certainly claim some bona fide successes; but one dream got lost along the way.
The Speaker enumerates President Rodrigo Duterte's 4 priority bills, among them the reimposition of the death penalty
Local wildlife also appears to reflect to the change
Through a $3-million grant from the New Zealand government, FAO is currently supporting the recovery of 10,475 farming and fishing households in the province of Cotabato
On many strategic issues, Rex Tillerson, the former head of ExxonMobil chosen for secretary of state, and James Mattis, the retired Marine Corps general pick for defense secretary, have contradicted Donald Trump
Rex Tillerson says he is prepared to diverge from the US president-elect on numerous key issues, notably nuclear non-proliferation, climate change and Russia
Do you think a world less dependent on oil is possible? This year’s Oil Breakthrough Lab can give you the chance to prove it.
Writing in the journal 'Science' Obama says the United States was proving that reducing greenhouse gases can help economic growth
Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III is confident the Senate will ratify the deal after President Rodrigo Duterte signs it
The emergence of separate and distinct legal and judicial systems within the country need not necessarily divide Filipinos, but it bears to recognize that such a threat does exist, and it should at least cause one to think though the consequences of shifting to a federalist system
A reported pause in global warming between 1998 and 2014 was false, according to US-British research confirming the findings of a controversial US study on ocean warming
As the year ends, Mr Duterte, his PNP chief, his loyalists in Congress and the Cabinet should take a long hard look at what they have accomplished in these 6 months – before it is too late
From the 2016 Duterte election win, the war on drugs, the weaponization of the internet, Trump’s victory and Manila’s shift from U.S. to China — it was a year that turned traditional politics upside down. Watch Rappler's 2016 yearender
We celebrate the partners and friends we’ve made this year and the innovative social media advocacy campaigns we’ve conducted together with them
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President Rodrigo Duterte also wants to amend in the Constitution another 'reckless reaction' to the Marcos regime – the term limits on local officials
From congressmen in near-fistfight to the hours-long drama of the Bilibid drugs probe, here are the top newsmakers at the House of Representatives in 2016
What are the biggest discoveries and ideas in science this year? The Mind Movers of the Mind Museum list down some of the most important ones from the past 12 months.
Even without the final data from December, a NOAA report says 2016 is 'on pace to be record warm'
(UPDATED) In 6 months, Congress passes 2 laws: postponement of the barangay elections and the P3.35 trillion 2017 budget
'[There is] fear that there will be either funding cuts to really critical climate science work, or retribution for their work on climate change'
'The report card this year clearly shows a stronger and more pronounced signal of persistent warming than any previous year in our observational record' going back to 1900, NOAA says
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After rising slowly from 2000 to 2006, the concentration of methane in the air climbed 10 times more quickly the following decade, a study reveals
Brion had previously indicated he was for charter change, saying it should be done through a Constitutional Convention, where delegates are elected
While the President believes 'there is really climate change,' he thinks the treaty will only lead rich countries to bully poor ones