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A conservation group has urged the public to participate in a switch-off activity that aims to deliver a powerful message about the need for decisive climate change solutions.

A backyard pawikan conservation and protection program is thriving in this northern coastal town following the discovery of hatchlings of the endangered olive ridley turtle last month.

Talk about an Earth-shattering discovery.

Scientists have spotted seven Earth-size planets around a nearby star, some or all of which could harbor water and possibly life. That's the biggest cluster of planets like this yet to be found.

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The Duterte administration should make good on its pro-environment advocacies by preserving the country’s watersheds amid reports of hit-and-run mining operations, a congresswoman said yesterday.

Three books on climate change and related environment concerns were published here recently.

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei said it is high time for the Philippines to embark on initiatives to transform its cities into intelligent urban centers that are disaster-prepared and efficient.

Fourteen universities and two research institutions in Southeast Asia and Europe, two of them Philippine state tertiary institutions, have joined hands to develop a master of science degree program in climate change and related fields.

The Climate Change Commission (CCC) is preparing for the mainstreaming and finalization of the Philippine obligations to the Paris climate agreement following the Senate’s ratification of the deal on Tuesday.

The Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, which serves as sanctuary for diverse marine species, is now off limits to vessels.

Migratory birds that seasonally visit the country in search of food are now permanent residents on Freedom Island at the Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism area along Manila Bay, an official of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said Monday.

As many as 30,000 households could benefit from green jobs to be generated by a multi-agency P4-billion investment in three provinces that will be affected by mine closures, according to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).

After almost nine months of delivering comprehensive, real-time weather and science updates to its viewers, DOSTv is now ready to offer a better and broader science programming for Filipinos.

The state weather bureau is eyeing to hire 500 more people in the coming months in line with the implementation of the PAGASA Modernization Act.