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Despite counting itself among the best islands of the world, Boracay has struggled to keep up with its fame. A look at its history shows warning signs at least a decade-old.
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UPDATED On March 24 1996 the Philippines saw one of the biggest mining disasters in Philippine history which led to a drastic change in the country s mining policy
In time for the upcoming Morocco climate talks the Ateneo School of Government and the SSG Advisors present the reasons why the Paris Agreement on Climate Change should be ratified by the Philippines
3rd UPDATE Antonio La Viña a veteran of international climate talks also advises the Philippine delegation not to emphasize human rights in the next round of negotiations
Legarda: We need to ratify the Paris Agreement so that we can access the Green Climate Fund and receive other technical and financial support from developed countries
During his first State of the Nation Address President Rodrigo Duterte urges Filipinos to hurry up the federal system of government and to make sure a president with ceremonial powers is elected – even if it s not him
Referring to victims of extrajudicial killings Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo says Paano naman ang kanilang mga pamilya?
[It s] a lost opportunity because speeches like these are a moment to unify the country make clear the vision of governance former Ateneo School of Government dean Tony La Viña says
They come from different backgrounds – business politics media law and her own family among others – a mix of campaign first timers and veterans
Outgoing Ateneo School of Government dean Antonio La Viña joins the specialized panel of arbitrators for environmental disputes at the Permanent Court of Arbitration
UPDATED The priest says that when SN Aboitiz Power Group released water from Magat Dam at the height of Typhoon Nona Melor it caused head high floods and damaged crops
What are the prospects for the passage of the law implementing the peace deal between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front post Mamasapano?
Known as one of the fathers of Philippine psychology the late Fr Jaime Bulatao combined heart and mind to understand the Filipino psyche
Sotto and Honasan want the Senate to suggest that the 3 senators continue to be detained in Camp Crame but only the Court can rule on the issue
Ateneo School of Government Dean Antonio La Viña says the SC should clarify that its ruling on the liability of the architects of DAP is non binding
The poll body s various policy experiments encouraged change in the overall attitude of both the voters and the candidates
The government must come up with a more nuanced solution to the problem of having climate refugees
Hypoglycemia which supposedly forced Chief Justice Renato Corona to walk out of the impeachment court can usually be cured with Coke says doctor
Some lawyers say it could weaken the institution; others argue it s hypocritical
Gibo Teodoro shuts the door on party politics but the so called ‘Mr Galing at Talino’ turns the key to a different kind of engagement