Category Archives: Environment

#BucketlistGoals: Don’t say no to Mount Pinatubo

Blessed with scenic spots and beautiful people, the Philippines is undoubtedly a world-class paradise! But with these treasures come the hazards the country is prone to; each year we face…

#ElNiñoLaNiña: How would you explain these trending topics?

  The online community is abuzz after a Miss Earth Philippines contestant shared her insights in the Q & A portion of the beauty pageant.   During the coronation night…

Weather’s Wonder Animals!

Satellite images, instruments, applications, and forecasters – these are our modern sources of weather and climate information. But did you know that animals are also capable of telling us what…

Volunteerism: A Hot Trend this “Tag-init”

Swimming, trekking, family outings, road trips—now that summer vacation is about to end, you’ve probably had your fair share of these activities, which involve basking in nature’s beauty. But to…

El Niño to end, La Niña to follow?

While El Niño is drawing closer to its end, it may still have an effect in several parts of the country this month. Dry condition may affect the province of…

Weather Overview: Q & A for May

We’ve just entered the last month of summer vacation! For some, this is the perfect time to indulge in their “huling hirit sa tag-init” fashion, selfies, playlist and memories. So,…

#Halalan2016: Let the GREEN win!

Climate change has become a major concern, not only in the Philippines, but all over the globe. Through the past decades, it has claimed thousands of lives, polluted many cities,…

Mountains on Fire

Mount Apo in Davao, and Mounts Kitanglad and Kalatungan in Bukidnon are some of the mountains in the country that recently suffered from forest fires worsened by the El Niño…

Rice, Bullets and El Niño: A Recipe for Conflict

By Amor Larrosa and Desserie Dionio, Panahon TV Reporters Gunshots echoed as protesters hurled stones against the police. Blasts of water cannons were directed toward rallyists, who ran for their…

EARTH HOUR: An Hour of Darkness for Brighter Years Ahead

Many of us are afraid of the dark. But there’s something good about the darkness— something that could very well light up our future. Climate Change has become one of…