MANILA, Philippines - Rappler speaks with Secretary Lucille Sering of the Climate Change Commission.
A long time environmental advocate, Sering entered government in 2007 as a Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) undersec
The SEARCA Agriculture and Development Seminar Series last March 28, 2017 featured Dr. Merites M. Buot, Associate Professor, Department of Human Kinetics College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines Los Baños. She talked about
This participatory video (PV) is developed by ethnic minority children in Quang Tri, Vietnam. In this video, they introduced their daily lives as well as presented their memory about the last disaster - typhoon #9 (Ketsana typhoon) affecting their
"Crop Insurance as Resiliency Measure to Climate Change: Evidence from Corn Farmers in the Philippines" by Dr. Jose Yorobe, Jr., Professor, College of Economics and Management, University of the Philippines Los Baños
Farmers in Indonesia are using a new method to fight the effects of climate change, and also improve their harvest. This new method, which should more than double their production, uses charcoal - not a very environmentally friendly product.&
Adaptation High Stakes: A Multimedia Toolkit on the Economics of Climate Change in South East Asia produced to illustrate the results of the South East Asia Regional Economics of Climate Change Study.
The effects of crops on climate change - part of our Research Showcase series. We spend a lot of time thinking how climate can affect crops but crops affect climate themselves. A substantial amount of the lands surface is used for crop and agricul
The Philippines Produce Extreme Weather-Resistant Rice
Millions of people around the world depend on rice for their survival.
But climate change is beginning to take a toll on traditional crops, forcing scientists
In the past 200,000 years, humans have upset the balance of planet Earth, a balance established by nearly four billion years of evolution. We must act now. It's too late to be a pessimist. The price is too high. Humanity has little time to reverse
Jakarta is very vulnerable to flooding. As the rainy season continues, the Jakarta government hopes its efforts to dredge the city's rivers and rehabilitate its floodways will make Indonesia's capital safer from flooding.
Climate change is an urgent topic of discussion among politicians, journalists and celebrities...but what do scientists say about climate change? Does the data validate those who say humans are causing the earth to catastrophically warm? Richard L
As National Geographic showed us in 2013, sea levels would rise by 216 feet if all the land ice on the planet were to melt. This would dramatically reshape the continents and drown many of the world's major cities.