At least three bills setting standards to protect the country’s natural resources and attain sustainable development are stuck in the Senate committee on environment, natural resources, and climate change. The measures are likely dead in the 18th Congress.

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The Makabayan bloc warns that the government’s campaign against dissent won’t stop at members of the progressive coalition.

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A family is told it can no longer pay taxes for a residential property in Brgy. Datu sa Dansalan because government projects will be constructed on their land. Mayor Majul Gandamra says it sits on reclaimed land, which he says the government owns. 

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Journalists reflect on their experiences reporting on image-based abuse.

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At least three bills setting standards to protect the country’s natural resources and attain sustainable development are stuck in the Senate committee on environment, natural resources, and climate change. The measures are likely dead in the 18th Congress.

The Makabayan bloc warns that the government’s campaign against dissent won’t stop at members of the progressive coalition.

A family is told it can no longer pay taxes for a residential property in Brgy. Datu sa Dansalan because government projects will be constructed on their land. Mayor Majul Gandamra says it sits on reclaimed land, which he says the government owns. 

Journalists reflect on their experiences reporting on image-based abuse.

Banks in Asia and the Philippines are moving at a snail’s pace in defunding coal. At least 10 Philippine banks gave $841 million in loans and participated in $1.3 billion worth of underwriting activities involving at least five coal companies since the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

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Philippine media groups close ranks to protect the 2022 polls, each other from threats to democracy

Filipino journalists release a statement that underscores the role of independent media during another critical moment in the country.

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