Tag Archives: climate change

#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,…

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…

Can Climate Change worsen dengue?

    It crosses borders on social classes, age and gender. When it comes to the dengue fever, no one is safe.   It’s a viral disease that can be…

The Hazards of Haze

The forest fire in Indonesia that began in July caused haze in nearby countries, including the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and Southern Thailand. Kalimantan (Borneo) and Western Sumatra in Indonesia are…

Climate Clever: 10 Climate Change Terms You Need to Know Now

We always hear about it, but do we really know what it really is? Throughout the globe, Climate Change is a pressing concern that has both environmental and human impacts….

Philippine Weather Forecast: Rains due to ITCZ

No weather disturbance or tropical cyclone is expected to affect the country within the next 24 hours. However, due to the prevailing Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), some areas will experience…

Panahon TV goes to Vietnam: Workshop for Weather Presenters (Day 1)

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO), Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Vitetnam Television (VTV), and Climate Central organized a workshop for Asian weather presenters to talk about climate change and…

Hope for the Trees

Each year, 10 billion trees are cut down, also cutting down the chances of future generations’ survival. Find out how you can do your share in saving the planet. “When…

Going Beyond Earth Hour

Earth Hour 2015 will be celebrated worldwide on March 28, 2015 from 8:30 to 9:30 PM on our local time zone. This annual global movement aims to get everyone involved…

Philippine Weather Forecast: “Bagyo-free” until the end of January

The northeast monsoon or hanging amihan continues to prevail in Luzon. This weather system is cold and dry air coming from Mainland China or Siberia. It usually peaks in January,…