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Let’s stop calling recent disasters ‘natural’ because they’re not

The disasters hitting us may originally be forces of nature, but we had a role in making them even more catastrophic

Our country is the fourth in the world most affected by extreme weather events, according to this report

Our country has also recorded the most number of extreme weather events—317 over a 20-year period

2020 in review: Social issues we may have forgotten, but shouldn’t

Yes, all these things happened in the last year. Yes, we need a drink

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Bayanihan is good, but it can’t save us from calamities forever

One thing Filipinos can be proud of is our bayanihan culture. Every time disaster hits,…

All the rescue hotlines you can call or text during emergencies

So you’ve stocked up on food, charged your gadgets and made sure you’ve got all…

#UlyssesPH: No classes and work in gov’t offices in NCR, Regions 2, 3, 4A, 4B, 5 and CAR

Due to inclement weather because of Typhoon Ulysses (international name: Vamco), Malacanang announced at 3…

A friendly reminder to stop doing these during times of calamity

With organizations instantly setting up donation drives and people lending their talents and businesses to…

What I realized about online classes during a typhoon power outage

November had an uneventful start at home. Though the family was perfectly aware that a…

P1 billion worth of agriculture damaged by Typhoon Ambo

According to a report by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), farmers…

Typhoon Ursula: Yolanda survivors from Panay Island still struggle with relocation

Many residents of Panay in Iloilo City who were worst hit by Typhoon Yolanda are…