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The growing volume of electronic waste, including mobile phones and laptops, poses a major threat to the environment and human health, according to a United Nations report.

A record-tying eighth planet has been found in a faraway solar system, matching our own in number.

Goat dishes much loved by Filipinos as appetizers for beer have been put in a can and vacuum packs to boost their accessibility in the country as well as to millions of overseas Filipino workers.

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Tech is the new religion, offering hope of salvation in a troubled world as industry leaders converge in Las Vegas this week.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development will intensify efforts at helping local government units implement measures for climate change and disaster preparedness to reduce the loss of lives and property damage during disasters.

The United Nations relief agency said La Niña is expected to impact weather around the world in 2018 as it urged governments to take early action to prevent crises related to this potentially destructive weather pattern and its counterpart, El Niño.

In early 2017, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources issued a final appeal to operators of fish pens in Laguna de Bay to dismantle their structures to clear the lake.

On a clear day at low tide, all 124 islets that constitute Pangasinan’s world-famous Hundred Islands can be seen.

A global federation of academies of national scientists has called for a change in education practices and strategies to allow the present and future generations to understand and better prepare for the impacts of climate change.

The Philippines has called for information sharing on biosecurity that has become more urgent for the country’s national security given the threat of bioterrorism or the spread of disease through natural occurrences.

As Israel heads into its fifth consecutive year of drought, the Sea of Galilee stands at a century low, much of the Jordan River is a fetid trickle and the Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking.

Sen. Cynthia Villar has renewed her call to the public to help protect and maintain the cleanliness of the country’s seas and freshwater areas, which are sources of food and other resources.

The Department of Science and Technology is getting technical assistance from Russia to set up more irradiation facilities in the country.