The University of the Philippines (UP), in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology, is using laser scanners inside manned airplanes to create high-resolution hazard maps and a flood ...
Responding to a complaint filed by typhoon victims, a Philippines human rights commission agreed Friday to look into whether large international fossil fuel companies are violating the human rights ...
Airah Cadiogan –
The Paris agreement has been hailed as a success by many, but it fell short of protecting rural women farmers, who are one of the most vulnerable social groups, says Oxfam Philippines campaigner Airah Cadiogan.
Amy Leung –
Following the global observance of UN World Water Day, Amy Leung, director of ADB's Urban Development and Water Division, outlines how countries in Asia can reduce their vulnerability to floods.
Britta Denise Hardesty
and Chris Wilcox –
Researchers from CSIRO identify ways to tackle the mounting problem of plastic pollution - solutions are urgently needed, given that 8 million tonnes of plastic enter oceans each year.
In the latest issue of the Eco-Business Magazine, we bring you "15 on 15" - a series of interviews with 15 global and Asian leaders across government, business and civic society for a crystal-ball gazing exercise on the year ahead.
The Philippines' promising economic outlook is being threatened by the adverse impacts of climate change. Being one of the most susceptible countries to changes in climatic conditions and natural disasters ...