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Atom Araullo's "Warmer," a documentary that delves into grave climate conditions as experienced in two different parts of the world, made it as a finalist in the climate change and sustainability category in the New York Festivals Awards for international TV programs and films.

Other ABS-CBN programs and productions that reached the final lists of their respective categories include "Lando's Wrath" (best coverage of a continuing news story), Typhoon Lando (best newscast), Mukha: Serbisyo (current affairs).

The awards gala will be held in Las Vegas on April 25.

Source: ABS-CBN News | 26 February 2017

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The scale of destruction caused by super-typhoon Yolanda in 2013 awakened Filipinos and the world to the consequence of inaction and divisiveness on climate change. Seven million individuals were affected by disaster, more than 5 million jobs were lost, and more than 4 million people were displaced. Billions of pesos were needed for medical aid and rebuilding efforts, and death counts unbearable even for a country visited annually by 20 storms. All these pointed to the stark truth that our planet is under threat.

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RATIFICATION. The Philippines is set to ratify the landmark Paris climate deal by July 2017. File photo by King Rodriguez/Presidential Photo

MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte is set to sign the Paris Agreement on Climate Change by July 2017.

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