Rappler's latest stories on Taal eruption views and explainers
Ang pondong malilikom sa eksibit ng tanyag na pintor, ang ‘Bulkang Taal: Bangon Batangas’ sa Central Atrium ng SM Mall of Asia, ay mapupunta sa mga nasalanta ng disaster
Chaos is not only limited to the impacts of disasters. More often than not, the large number of organizations with different goals and protocols can result in operational problems.
All its 23 towns and cities now host evacuees from Batangas
Paano at kailan nagsimulang mag-alboroto ang Taal Volcano?
Geologist and Philippine Nuclear Research Institute Director Carlos Arcilla says it is important to have people who can better explain volcanic hazards to the public, especially to the affected communities
Golpe de gulat is the Duterte administration's tool in telling the business elite that their time is up, that the future belongs to a new oligarchy
The Philippines is 9th in disaster-risk worldwide, located in the Pacific Ring of Fire, visited by 20 tropical cyclones every year, and has 74% of its population vulnerable to disasters. Yet government reduces our calamity fund by P22.9 billion since 2016
You cannot expect local communities to keep rebuilding disaster after disaster, considering the ones hit the hardest are often among the poorest and most vulnerable
The urgent need for electricity access is hardly considered during preparations against disasters; it is only considered in the wake of disasters when supplies have been cut off
Let’s not be content with heartwarming stories of volunteerism
What exactly is going on at the Taal Volcano? Were warnings delayed? Is the worst over? Here are answers to some of your top questions.
Technology should be the first responder, and sometimes the sacrificial part, that provides society with the means to get through disasters with as few casualties as possible
Here are facts about the mix of beauty and terror that volcanoes produce
(18th UPDATE) Here are figures showing the impact of the eruption on affected communities in Batangas and Cavite, based on the latest situation report of the NDRRMC
The chain message is an old claim that has resurfaced after Taal Volcano started spewing ash. ABS-CBN weatherman Kuya Kim Atienza denies the claim in a tweet on January 12, 2020.