Adapting to rising seas, schools on PH island move to rafters | via nytimes
A year after the 2013 earthquake, the local government proposed moving the islanders to new homes an hour’s boat ride away. Few took the offer.The Philippines is one of the most disaster-prone countries on earth, victim to typhoons, earthquakes, floods, landslides and tsunamis, among other calamities.
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PH commits to halve road crash fatalities by 2030Despite its non-participation during the drafting of the new decade of action on road safety, the Philippine government has committed to reduce road crash fatalities in the country by 50 percent within the next ten years.
Deputy Speaker Pimentel sees bleak year for PH tourismA House leader has given a bleak outlook on the local tourism industry mostly due to the effects of the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.
Party-list solon seeks passage of measure that will address shortage of physicians in PHBagong Henerasyon partylist Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy has batted for the passage of a bill seeking to establish a medical scholarship and return service program to address the shortage of medical practitioners in the country, particularly in rural areas.
Hundreds of Honda PH workers holed up inside car factory amid closure
Honda PH assembly plant closure: Too few carsHonda Motor closed its Philippine assembly plant because it was no longer strategic to keep a factory that makes too few cars as other car manufacturers warned the government against any future policy
LOOK: PH Air Force sends 3 jet trainers for patrol duty in West Philippine SeaMANILA, Philippines —Three trainer AS-211 aircraft were deployed to Palawan on Monday to increase maritime patrols in the West Philippine Sea. The jet trainers were expected to support the Philippine military’s Western Command in its mission to protect Philippine territorial integrity in its jurisdiction, which included the West Philippine Sea. ADVERTISEMENT The jets would become […]