DAVAO CITY, Dec. 16 -– For almost two months of monitoring and taking care of “pawikan” eggs which were discovered last October 12, the officials of the Aboitiz Cleanergy Park released on Tuesday 145 hatchlings to the sea.
NEW DELHI, Dec. 16 — An underwater shot of Kurt Cobain and a seated Bruce Springsteen find place amongst rare and vintage photos of iconic rock musicians such as like Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and Elic Clapton, in an exhibtion that is currently touring the country.
ILOILO CITY, Dec. 16 –- The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Regional Office 6 has rated the ambient air quality in Metro Iloilo as still fair to good based on the department's monitoring stations in different areas in Iloilo province and city.
BRATISLAVA, Dec. 16 — Slovakia will be a new member of the European Space Agency (ESA), following a recent decision by its Education, Science, Research and Sport Minister Juraj Draxler.
MOSCOW, Dec. 16 — Radioactive pollution of the Arctic seas remains one of the worst problems of Russia’s Arctic, Natural Resources Minister Sergey Donskoy told a session of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 — An international team of researchers who sequenced the genomes of modern and ancient horses on Monday unveiled at least 125 genes that could have been involved in the 5,500-year process of domestication of the animal.
BAYOMBONG, Nueva Vizcaya, Dec. 16 — Philippine Star reporter Charlemagne "Charlie" Lagasca died Monday midnight at the Medical Mission Group (MMG) Hospital in Solano town, Nueva Vizcaya due to colon and kidney complications. He was 46 years old.
By Sammy F. Martin
MANILA, Dec. 16 (PNA) — House senior leader on Tuesday has filed a bill that will establish evacuation centers in every town and city and in a contiguous barangays with 5,000 evacuees.
ILOILO CITY, Dec. 16 -– There is no siltation at the Iloilo City caused by the construction of a new bridge linking the city proper to Lapuz district, according to Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Environmental Management Bureau regional director Jonathan Bulos.
ILOILO CITY, Dec. 16 -– The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) proposes to the city council here to pass an ordinance that will compel business establishments and houses along the Iloilo River to dislodge their septic tanks every three to five years.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 — The world is still heading for the hottest year on record although last month was only the seventh warmest November since 1880, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said Monday.
CEBU CITY, Dec. 15 — The Cebu City Parks and Playgrounds, Wildlife, Ecology and Environmental Management is proposing a “Zero Waste” scheme for next month’s Sinulog celebration.
BEIJING, Dec. 16 — A cold front will hit most parts of China, bringing low temperatures and strong winds in the east, northeast and southwest, the national observatory forecast on Monday evening.
MOSCOW, Dec. 15 — Russia has successfully launched a telecommunication satellite which was put on orbit by the jubilee mission of the Proton rocket, Roscosmos Federal Space Agency said Monday.
PHU YEN, Dec. 15 — High waves isolated a dozen households in Ro village on Saturday night sweeping away 100m of embankment made from rock and sand bags.
NEW DELHI, Dec. 14 — A new biosensor can measure what is going on within HIV-infected cells in real-time and also provide insight on the interactions between the AIDS virus and the tuberculosis causing bacteria within the cells.
LIMA, Dec. 14 — Crucial UN climate talks, already into extra time, today remained deadlocked as the developing countries rejected the compromise outline after the US and China clashed over the draft text of the envisioned global climate deal.
MOSCOW, Ekaterina Blinova, Dec. 14 — Bangladeshi authorities are desperately trying to diminish the devastating consequences of an oil spill in the Sundarbans.
LIMA, Dec. 14 — The annual United Nations climate talks finally wrapped up in Lima, Peru, in the wee hours of Sunday, achieving an acceptable but not satisfying result and leaving unresolved issues to the climate conference in Paris in December 2015.
LIMA, Dec. 14 — The annual United Nations climate talks finally wrapped up in Lima, Peru, in wee hours of Sunday, reaching acceptable but not satisfying result and leaving unresolved issues to climate conference in Paris, in December next year.