Rappler's latest stories on Boracay pollution
The police team will help local law enforcers secure the island as the 6-month Boracay closure to tourists draws near
From a possible 'soft opening' in 3 to 4 months to demolition of illegal structures, here's what you need to know about the impending closure of the popular tourist spot
Houses and establishments occupying the forestlands of Boracay Island are given 15 days to reply to DENR's show cause orders
The Philippine President says he may file charges of 'serious neglect of duty' against officials in Boracay Island which he threatens to close 'permanently'
President Rodrigo Duterte has given Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu 6 months to address the environmental woes of Boracay, which he describes as a 'cesspool'
Boracay s tourists need to be concerned with consequences aside from a bad hangover
In some parts of the popular tourist island water pollution levels are already 50 times above the level deemed safe for swimming
Rappler reporter Pia Ranada tells the story of Boracay s identity crisis the pristine paradise or the island of sin