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Japan says countries seeking investment in coal power would be required to change their 'behavior' towards decarbonization
A coronavirus frontliner at a public hospital weighs in on how President Rodrigo Duterte handled the biggest crisis to hit his government so far
The 9-page petition 'fails to show grave abuse of discretion,' says the Supreme Court
The executive branch wants the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act to be valid until September 2020
'His eyes lit up whenever we talked about his time in government when he felt there was nobility in serving the public,' writes Marites Vitug
This also adds opportunity for businesses and entrepreneurs, including in Southeast Asia and around the world
Watch Maria Ressa's interview with Risa Hontiveros at 7:45 PM
The proposed bill gives President Duterte the power to say when his special powers will end
While 22 business groups are in favor of a proposed law to address the coronavirus pandemic, they say broad and overreaching provisions may cause delay
And here are a few reminders for companies that have been donating
(UPDATED) Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea says the power to take over private business would only be used 'when our most critical institutions are nearing total shutdown and government is left with no choice'
The Office of the Solicitor General handles a Meralco debt dispute pending before the Supreme Court since 2004, as government tries to beat a 2026 deadline to collect
Lawmakers want to collect debts now, as government lawyers stand firm on proper procedures on compromise agreements
Panay Electric is now without a franchise or permit, but it is keeping its standoff with the Enrique Razon-owned MORE for Iloilo's electricity – anchoring all its hopes on the Supreme Court
Lawmakers want the Solicitor General to explain why he asked to intervene in the case of the multi-billion pesos that Meralco and First Gen Hydro Power Corporation still owe the government
'If the aftermath of EDSA did not lead to ample social changes, this is not a blot on EDSA'
The 'Duterte wanted' poster is flashed on the national police headquarters on the eve of the commemoration of the EDSA People Power Revolution
Multisectoral groups take to the streets to point out oppressive policies and violations under the Duterte administration that mirror those of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
'My father got away with a slap on the wrist. Many were not as lucky.'
A roundup of false information Rappler has debunked about Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorial regime and the popular series of demonstrations that overthrew him
How can the popularity of the EDSA uprising be contested and reduced to 'Aquino-sponsored' political propaganda?
For Sister Helen, nothing beats physical activism in terms of impact. 'I think unless you get a mass of people out on the streets, nothing will change.'
President Rodrigo Duterte hails the peaceful uprising for having restored democratic institutions, many of which he himself has attacked or threatened
(UPDATED) On the 34th anniversary of the historic event, Vice President Leni Robredo urges Filipinos to protect and preserve the memory of the EDSA People Power Revolution amid attempts by some quarters to 'erase it for their personal agenda'
Here are the banks which will have certain branches open on Tuesday, February 25, 2020
The People Power Revolution was neither peaceful nor bloodless
When the protector becomes the predator, where do you run?
Join us on Tuesday, February 25, at 5 pm
The UAE has substantial energy reserves, but with a power-hungry population of 10 million it has made huge investments in developing alternative power sources including solar
The documentary follows Imelda Marcos, wife of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
Shikoku Electric criticizes the ruling, stressing the scientific merit of the firm's argument that it was safe to operate the reactor
The SC resolution is a point in favor of the Enrique Razon-owned MORE, whose franchise is being challenged by longtime-provider Panay Electric Company
This comes after the termination of a Meralco-led consortium which was supposed to take over electricity distribution in the West African country
But Britain's protection was ultimately not needed after the deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Aquino's rival in the 1986 snap presidential elections, steps down
The problems in power distribution are due to outdated facilities in the islands off mainland Cebu
ICSC is also planning to set up charging stations in other severely-affected areas in the region, most especially in the remote islands of Guiuan, Eastern Samar
‘We are wondering why we need to get electricity from the Tayabas station of NGCP when we can tap directly from Tiwi or BacMan geothermal power plants,’ the regional political party says
China has valid strategic concerns in the South China Sea, but its way of addressing them has involved violating the territorial and resource rights of its neighbors
The Belt and Road Initiative is the ultimate example of 'gigantism' and it is inviting a transborder ecological and social disaster
'Abe may see what a real ballistic missile is in the not distant future and under his nose... Abe is none other than a perfect imbecile,' says a foreign ministry official, as reported by North Korean news agency KCNA
But the Philippine leader thinks China won't do such a thing because it would damage the Asian giant's reputation and because it sees its stake in the NGCP as a business
China’s economic relationship with the Global South may be overall positive, but Beijing needs to address the questionable practices of its corporations and agencies
Xi Jinping has consolidated his dominant position in the ruling bloc but spontaneous protests are common among the people
The Department of Energy directs Semirara Mining and Power Corporation to suspend coal mining activities after a mudslide last October
'It was an incredible feeling,' says the actor
Dennis Uy's Dito Telecommunity is gathering business partners to take on telco giants Globe and Smart, and attract their subscribers
The malware, Dtrack, affects the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant's administrative network and not the internal network controlling the reactors
Months after their championship duel, Creamline and Petro Gazz meet again to fight for the PVL crown