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‘Walang himala sa alleged Lipa apparitions!’ – Vatican

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LIPA City — WALANG himala at hindi itinuturing ng Simbahang Katolika na may milagrong naganap sa sinasabing ‘Shower of Petals’ at alleged Marian apparitions...

Kabalikat sa Kabuhayan on Sustainable Agriculture Program (KSK-SAP) empowers local farmers

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SM Foundation, Inc. (SMFI) has taken another step in its mission to enhance the agriculture and entrepreneurial skills of farmers. The organization recently launched...

Banks keep funding and profiting from fossil fuel

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By ELYSSA LOPEZ, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism Philippine banks are enabling the ‘detour’ in the country’s transition to sustainable and affordable energy. LIKE many small...

Cruising to the Aftermath

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By DESSA AGUILA BATANGAS, Philippines –– Batangueños were just starting to bounce back from the Taal Volcano eruption when an even bigger challenge struck at...

How medical frontliners defeated a faceless enemy

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By JEANNE MARC C. AMISTOSO BATANGAS City – THE Covid-19 pandemic has brought the world to its knees, and it is the frontliners who have...

Why green energy can’t gain ground in the Philippines

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By Elyssa Lopez, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism First of two parts The piecemeal and problematic implementation of the Renewable Energy Law is blocking clean and...

The power players: Who owns new LNG projects in PH?

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By Elyssa Lopez, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism Liquefied natural gas may be a new industry in the local energy sector, but old names are...

Liquefied natural gas: a dirty, costly detour?

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By Cherry Salazar, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism Last Part of 3-Part Series The Philippines detours from the renewable energy path to dirty, expensive and imported...

PH shares efforts and challenges in innovation and digitalization at UN...

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The 67th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women held on 6-17 March 2023 at the UNMHeadquarters in New York gathered representatives...

Liquefied natural gas: a dirty, costly detour

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By Cherry Salazar, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism Last Part of 3-Part Series The Philippines detours from the renewable energy path to dirty, expensive and imported...