From Siargao to Malabon: Filipino Coastal Communities on the Frontlines of Climate Change
By Nicholas Muller
Exposed to the most typhoons in the world, Filipino island communities – urban and remote alike – face high risks from intensifying climate events.
Powerful Typhoon Strikes North Philippines
By Jim Gomez and Aaron Favila
The most powerful typhoon to hit the Philippines this year slammed ashore in Burdeos town in Quezon province before nightfall on Sunday.
Duterte’s Sluggish Typhoon Rai Recovery Spending
By Michael Beltran
Frustration is growing two weeks after a devastating typhoon struck the Philippines, with government assistance slow to reach the affected areas.
Typhoon-Ravaged Northeast Philippines Pummeled by New Storm
By Associated Press
Typhoon Vamco has led to evacuation of 200,000 people, and left nearly 2 million without power.
Is the Philippines’ Populist Leader Embracing the Climate Change Agenda?
By Milan Chen
Duterte repeatedly said that climate change was a top priority for his administration.
The COP21 Deal: What Does It Mean for Asia?
By Nithin Coca
Asian countries played a major role in Paris, and will remain at the forefront of climate change issues.