MANILA, Philippines (First published: September 25, 1:44 p.m.) — For Chris Perez, a senior Philippines weather specialist with the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, one of the best feelings in the world is producing reliable forecasts that helped save millions ...

In Climate Tracker, we believe that young communicators play a vital part in conversations about climate change and its impacts. Young climate advocates show extraordinary strength and leadership, and have the power to pressure society into action.  While many of ...

Young climate advocates from Eastern Samar in the Philippines participated in a workshop conducted by Climate Tracker Asia and Oxfam Pilipinas that aimed to equip communicators with the right skills and knowledge to tell more grassroots stories.  Seven climate advocates ...

Negros has been dubbed the country’s ‘clean energy hub’, yet most of its electricity comes from coal plants outside the island.  ...

Locals and green groups fear that fossil gas and LNG projects will exacerbate the existing pressures in the marine ecosystems and threaten communities that rely on Verde Island Passage resources to earn a living.  ...

"Harnessing solar energy is good for the community because we no longer worry about electricity costs and it’s clean unlike other energy sources that endanger people’s health." ...

Through solar power, teachers are able to print self-learning modules that are distributed for students to read. ...

The Masungi Geopark in Rizal province, the Philippines shows the world that it sometimes doesn't take much effort to restore a degraded forest; we just need to give room to let it heal itself. ...

Mamuyao farmers in Rizal province, the Philippines leaves the traditional slash-and-burn for forest restoration project in the area. ...

Filipino residents are reeling after a series of typhoons hit the country in late 2020. Is the country, one of the most vulnerable to climate change, reacting? ...