And as a response to the city’s waste crisis, the local government of Davao City plans to construct a P2.5 billion waste-to-energy (WTE) facility, funded by a Japanese loan, on a 10-hectare property in Biao Escuela in the Tugbok District. ...

Part of establishing this framework is passing laws that impose legal liabilities for corporate-related human rights abuses. ...

The Tordaneso couple is among the thousands of households in the Philippines still without access to electricity despite efforts in recent years to improve generation and distribution, especially in rural areas.  ...

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." ...

Just transition in the Philippines will be the focus for our 9 fellows reporting and learning about the key issue for their country. ...

When Typhoon Odette (international name: Rai) destroyed the power and communication lines, it was a small solar-powered battery that kept them going. Immediately after the super typhoon made its fifth landfall on Bohol province on December 16, the Diocese of ...

Tell us, what would a ‘just transition’ look like for the Philippines? What are the key issues to be addressed to achieve this goal? ...

For the Philippines, as one of the nations that is most vulnerable to the climate crisis, the outcomes of COP26 are vital. However, the lack of transparency in the strategy and decision-making of the country’s delegation is becoming a major ...

While the world continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, world leaders and advocates are preparing for a high-stakes meeting at COP26 to address the climate crisis. ...