PROTESTERS, led by Church leaders, march in protest of a planned in Atimonan town, the third that the province of Quezon would host should it push through.CONTRIBUTED PHOTO LUCENA CITY—More than 1,500 protesters, led by Church leaders, staged a ... Philippine Daily Inquirer, 4 weeks ago
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LEGAZPI CITY—A gold miner who was earlier named the police tipster in the massacre of 13 people in Atimonan, Quezon province, at a police-military checkpoint on Jan. 6, 2013, was shot dead in his house by suspected rebels in Jose Panganiban, ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago NPA rebels admit killing of Camarines gold miner Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago
The results of the environmental impact assessment that was conducted by the Provincial Government of Quezon relative to the National Centennial Water Project are quite alarming. Over the years, professional kaingeros have severely depleted the ...Manila Standard Today, 1 month ago
The grid operator, in a petition dated April 20, sought the Energy Regulatory Commission's approval to implement the Pagbilao EHV (extra high voltage) substation project. NGCP said four new power plants will be constructed in the province starting ...Business World, 2 months ago Coal-fired plants to boost Philippine power supply Philippine Department of Energy, 2 days ago 23 new power plants to go online by 2020 Philippine Department of Energy, 2 weeks ago Coal power plant project faces Church opposition Rappler, 4 weeks ago
VAN DRIVER DIES Bontoc, Mountain Province — A driver of a van was killed from injuries he sustained in a collision with a passenger jeepney last Monday afternoon along the National Road in Sitio Pelay, Bontoc Ili, here. Senior Superintendent ...Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago
12:10 AM June 29th, 2015 Recommended SAN PEDRO CITY—Leaders of the Catholic Church, which has declared war on the continued use of coal as a source of electricity, celebrated Pope Francis encyclical on climate change, saying it struck close to ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 6 days ago
THE PHILIPPINES is among the developing countries hardest hit by the effects of climate change, effects that include the terrible weather disturbances from which it is still trying mightily to recover. Of the carbon dioxide emissions that contribute ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 3 weeks ago
A Philippine Catholic Church official on Friday voiced strong opposition to coal mining, saying it may contribute greatly to climate change and endanger the ecosystem and people's health. National Secretariat for Social Action, Justice, and Peace ...GMA News.tv, 4 weeks ago
Former Puerto Princesa Mayor Edward Hagedorn has appealed to President Aquino and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to stop the construction of a coal-fired power plant in Narra, Palawan, adding his voice to the call of ...Manila Bulletin, 4 weeks ago
The Catholic Church in the Philippines has expressed its opposition to coal mining, saying this will not only make the country a major contributor to climate change, endangering the ecosystem, as well as the health and lives of people. CBCP News, ...Manila Bulletin, 4 weeks ago Church joins fight vs coal mining CBCP News, 4 weeks ago
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