About P120 million have been allocated by the People’s Survival Fund (PSF) Board to support two climate change adaptation projects in Mindanao.

SINGAPORE — Singapore confirmed 12 new cases of locally transmitted Zika virus infection over the weekend, bringing the total number of Zika infections in the city state to 381, according to the up

San Francisco– A review of more than 100 studies by two researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, has shown that the social and economic impacts of current climate are often severe.

The Senate Climate Change Committee has renewed its call for government to tap cleaner and less wasteful sources of energy as it expressed alarm over the adverse environmental impacts of coal-fired

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources Region 8 office (DENR-8) and the province of Leyte are appealing to the public to help in the preservation of the Leyte mountain ranges serving a

DENR Secretary Ramon Paje is heading to New York to represent President Aquino in the formal signing of the Paris Agreement and to deliver the Philippine statement at the United Nations (UN) Headq

A global food crisis is looming which may rival the one in 2007-2008 because of the ongoing El Niño weather phenomenon.

MEXICO CITY — Mexico City authorities have declared a pollution alert after smog rose to 1½ times acceptable limits on the eve of an unpopular new program to reduce the number of cars on the road i

Authorities are reminding the people to further exercise caution against extreme heat, expecting the Philippines to experience this April twin onslaught of the dry season’s peak and the prevailing

The El Niño dry climate phenomenon has, so far, caused some P1.27 billion in damages to Western Visayas’ agriculture sector.