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
The sheer financial power of the fossil fuel industry is at the heart of the climate-change problem, and the climate movement is finally grappling with this reality. Bill McKibben shares stories from the front lines of this movement -- from every
Carbon nation is a documentary movie about climate change SOLUTIONS. Even if you doubt the severity of the impact of climate change or just don't buy it at all, this is still a compelling and relevant film that illustrates how SOL
During SEARCA ADSS on April 25, 2017, Dr. Diomedes A. Racelis talked about the "Ecotown Approach to Climate Change-Adaptive Local Government Planning in Selected Municipalities in the Philippines."
Dr. Diomedes A Racelis is a Professor and
Prof. Pastor L. Malabrigo, Associate Professor, Dept. of Forest Biological Sciences, College of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of the Philippines Los Baños, talks about planting of native trees as part of forest rehabilitation efforts
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
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.
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
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
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.&
According to a study conducted at the University of Georgia, the Philippines was the third highest producer of plastic waste. Some Filipinos practice ways on how they can lessen their plastic consumption. Learn more about them in Howie Severino's
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