1.1 Billion people suffer from ‘energy poverty’ — World Bank

About 1.1 billion people worldwide continue to suffer from “energy poverty,” a noted scientist and university administrator has said.

Science and Environment
DOST keen on carrageenan

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will conduct research and development on the application of their breakthrough carrageenan plant growth promoter (PGP) in corn farming to see if it can dramatically increase yields as it had done for rice, mungbean and peanuts.

Science and Environment
Government R&D climate change project covers Cordilleras

A government research and development project is seen to address the negative effects of climate change in the Cordilleras.

Science and Environment
Health of world’s last male northern white rhino in decline

The health of the world’s last male northern white rhino has deteriorated, bringing the rhino subspecies a step closer to extinction caused by poaching.

Science and Environment
Social media tapped for Earth Hour awareness

Conservation group World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) said it would use social media to raise awareness on the importance of biodiversity during the observance of the annual “Earth Hour” activity this month.

Science and Environment
Pinoy-built cubesat ready for launch in June
DENR calls for sewage facilities installation in tourist destinations
Baler bounces back from typhoons Karen, Lawin
Environmental percussion piece to mark NY festival
Germany to support travelling conference on climate change
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