MANILA, Philippines – When Clint Escamis reunited with best friend Paolo Hernandez and their high school coach Randy Alcantara at Mapua a year ago, their one mission was to replicate their championship runs with the Red Robins years back.
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PBBM’s COP 28 participation to reflect PH’s push towards resiliency, food and energy security, says foreign affairs official – Presidential Communications Office
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. will reflect the Philippines’ priorities in climate-related agenda, as well as energy and food security when he joins other leaders in the 28th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP 28), a foreign affairs official said Wednesday.
MANILA, Philippines — As COP28 opens in Dubai Thursday, climate and energy groups are hopeful that the Philippines will lend its voice to the calls for an equitable and swift transition from fossil fuels to renewables, and corporate accountability for climate impacts.
WASHINGTON – German forward Franz Wagner's 31-point performance sparked Orlando to an eighth consecutive victory on Wednesday (Thursday Manila time), ripping Washington 139-120 to move one game behind NBA overall leader Boston.
Senator Win Gatchalian urged the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) to expedite the reset of the power distribution rate for the Manila Electric Co. (Meralco).
Historical accounts say that the first Filipino immigrant to Canada arrived in 1861 – a young man named Benson Flores, who lived as a fisherman and trapper on Bowen Island in British Columbia, on Canada’s Pacific coast.