Rappler's latest stories on 1990 Luzon earthquake
The July 16 earthquake that struck Baguio 29 years ago is a story without a background. You cannot be prepared for this one.
While officials say the city has made long strides in disaster preparedness since 1990 there s still a lot to be done
Here's a compilation of all earthquake-related stories on Project Agos ranging from basic information on the hazard to tips on what to do before, during and after an earthquake
What lessons from the 1990 Luzon earthquake can we apply should the Big One strike Metro Manila?
A survivor tells his account of that fateful afternoon The UP Baguio community was shaken but its spirit was not
Sonia Roco widow of the late Senator Raul Roco and other eyewitnesses retell the story of the 1990 Luzon earthquake
Twenty five years after the devastating earthquake Baguio City wants to double the number of floors allowed for buildings in commercial areas Is this safe?
Losing an arm versus losing my life – I thought I am still lucky says Raffy Resuello who was in a class at the University of Baguio when the killer quake leveled his school building
Home to around 1 6 million people the Malacañang Palace the Port of Manila and various historical sites it is highly vulnerable to earthquakes and other hazards
The 1990 Luzon earthquake left some valuable lessons. Have we learned them yet?
Rappler talks to Phivolcs Director Renato Solidum about what could happen if a 7 2 magnitude earthquake hits Metro Manila