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Seeing the yeast bloom, smelling vanilla, touching the fermenting dough brings me comfort
‘It is insensitive to anyone experiencing mental health problems when they oftentimes feel like a burden to those around them,’ one netizen says
'Crises don't happen in a vacuum and that the issues we're confronting now, from climate to wildlife to public health, are related,' says Beatrice Tulagan of climate movement 350.org
Here are some psychology-driven techniques and tools to help you stay productive and feel better about working from home
The actress reassures her followers that she is '101% okay now'
The free online well-being self-assessment website hopes to help people who might be wondering if the emotions they're feeling are normal during these challenging times
Feeling a bit anxious lately? Don't worry, that's normal – here are simple but helpful tips on how to stay sane amid these trying times
'I'm always going to be thankful that that guy came into my life, no matter what happens,' says Nadine
'We must act together in the face of climate emergency,' says Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma
The reigning Miss World Philippines carries out an advocacy close to her heart
The association of disaster responders from the towns and cities of Albay province has come up with a list of local governments' daily priorities for 4 months following a volcanic eruption
Taxi driver Kuya Bernard shares his own initiative on road safety
What the Philippines' CHR findings on polluters' liability mean for loss and damage negotiations at COP25
Establishing successful legal cases could be the way to start putting pressure on rich polluting countries to finally make an action on loss and damage
'We have found, based on the evidence presented before us and also our own research, that carbon majors may in fact be held morally liable and legally liable,' says the Philippines' Commission on Human Rights
Actors Leonardo di Caprio and Joaquin Phoenix join former US vice president Al Gore in seeking solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
'There is no such thing as clean coal [when] it still emits carbon dioxide and other pollutants,' Rodne Galicha, lead convenor of Living Laudato Si Philippines, says
Kailangan lang mai-channel ang ating pagkahumaling sa social media for the greater good, lalo na para sa mga nasalanta at naapektuhan ng bagyo. Puwedeng mag-fundraising, puwedeng makibalita sa relief operations.
Other items on the agenda include bullying, teenage pregnancy, and sexual harassment, among others
During the #MoveTacloban forum, journalists, student leaders, and local government officials point out a rise of disaster-related hoax cases after Super Typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines
This is the 8th Top Leaders Forum organized by the National Resilience Council and ARISE Philippines
Jess Labares and Mikee Vitug now embark on their new journey as flight attendants – with flying rainbow colors
'Even the people who appear to be okay or who seem to have it all might be going through their own struggles,' Paulo says on Instagram, speaking up about 'fighting his own demons'
Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri says that discussions on the proposed disaster resilience department can start by November 25, when the bicameral conference committee convenes to tackle the 2020 budget
Zena Bernardo has clinical depression. But what makes her depression even more difficult is that it is something three whole generations of her family experience.
The place they call 'sa loob' is one of the most affordable places to go for psychiatric consultations
The province records 67 deaths due to suicide from January to September 2019
'Adaptation and mitigation are not enough. We need climate justice,' says United Nations special rapporteur Cecilia Jimenez Damary
The singer talks about his mental health struggles on Instagram
'The world is crying out for change and it is our responsibility to act now,' says the British designer
Selena Gomez shares her mental health struggles after accepting the McLean Award, a yearly distinction given to individuals who have 'raised awareness about mental health'
UPRI Executive Director Mahar Lagmay says the new building will be 'a headquarters for knowledge systems on resilience to serve the entire country'
The moment when a collective struggle becomes a battle over personalities is exactly the moment the work for social justice begins to fall apart. This is why celebrating the woke among us is such an unwoke thing to do.
Responding to the leaders' lack of action on the climate crisis, voices of the youth are slowly amplified through the global climate strike
The global climate strike urges everyone to join the youth in demanding climate justice, and put pressure on politicians and companies to set more effective measures to preserve the environment
PRESS RELEASE: With the theme 'Hands on, Hearts out for the Environment,' this year’s SERVATHON will gather company volunteers to create sustainable environment projects
Environmental groups lead the call for climate justice through climate strikes happening around the country
For the Philippines, the climate crisis is a biodiversity crisis, a food and water crisis, and an existential crisis, affecting millions of Filipinos, especially the poorest and most vulnerable, now and in the future
During the Manila stop of his tour, one fan talks about how Mike Shinoda's music – and his struggles – helped him overcome his too
How could the public, with all the outrage and frustration and venting online, translate words into action?
Watch road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and 3M Philippines' John Vallinan transform a dark street into one with proper visibility with retro-reflective material used for signs and road markings
PRESS RELEASE: The series is specifically targeted towards women and the LGBTQ+ community who have suffered from mental health issues due to social factors
The first batch of riders will be trained on Sunday, August 18
The majority of people know at least one person who may be dealing with a mental health illness or even unstable mental health. But what do we really know about it?
A network of environmental groups says 3 years of the Duterte presidency has resulted in the selling out of at least P773 billion worth of the Philippines' sovereign mineral, water, wildlife, and marine resources
HazardHunterPH gives a summary of hazards in the user's chosen location, along with an explanation and recommendation to help people better understand the findings
Road workers, such as traffic enforcers and street sweepers, face not only the hazards of getting run over by reckless motorists, but also long-term blood poisoning and hearing loss
'I challenge Locsin to stop hiding behind a desktop or mobile screen and his awful tweets, and start giving the Philippines the kind of climate diplomacy it truly deserves'
We've been taking action against air and water pollution, but noise pollution has serious – and irreversible – consequences, too