By Kate Pedroso
For providing children with their “first really fun reading experience,” the Inquirer Read-Along program received the silver award of the World Young Reader Prize on Monday, the first day of the Youth Engagement Summit held here by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-Ifra).
UN climate talks seemed to teeter on the brink of collapse Saturday as sleep-deprived negotiators continued butting heads over goals to curb global warming, nearly 24 hours into extra time.
By DJ Yap
Frustrated by the lack of progress in the negotiations, civil society groups—including Filipino nongovernment organizations—followed delegates to the climate change talks in Warsaw and also walked out the day before the talks were to end.
By DJ Yap
It seems the devastation wrought by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” in Eastern Visayas is not enough to convince developed countries to accept responsibility for climate change—and pay for it.
By Tarra Quismundo
At least 30 environment activists have joined Naderev “Yeb” Saño, the Philippine representative to the 12-day Climate Change Conference in Poland, in a hunger strike to underscore the need for more concrete action to reverse dangerous weather trends.
By Maricar Cinco
Former Polish President Lech Walesa, who led his country in its transition from communist rule to democracy, on Sunday called on Filipino journalists to help shape the future of the Philippines.
A 4×12 meter image of Palawan is being showcased around the major streets of Warsaw, Poland.