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RECENT reports show 197 nature fighters lost their lives in 2017 alone which prompted 24 Latin American countries to sign a historic regional treaty protecting, among others, nature fighters. In addition, 1.5 million children below 5 years of age die every year because of unhealthy environmental impacts of pollution and…

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IN dealing with Boracay, and the reported feared chaos, resulting in massive layoffs and business losses, we ought not to forget “that government is a human affair, and that men are ruled, not by words on paper or by abstract theories, but by other men. They are ruled well when…

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NOW that the Department of Interior and Local Government has finally and correctly taken steps to confront Boracay degradation and Puerto Galera zoning violations, it is time they looked into Baguio City. Baguio citizens are again up in arms against the local government on a zoning issue and a heritage…

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IN his Exchange and Power in Social Life, Peter M. Blau (1964) wrote: “To speak of social life is to speak of the association between people – their associating in work and in play, in love and in war, to trade or to worship, to help or to hinder. It…

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WASHINGTON: We’ve seen this movie before. It would seem but a matter of time before the president of the United States is asked a question under oath and gives a false answer. A lie, in other words. In the prequel, starring Bill Clinton, impeachment followed. When the FBI, after a…

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KUTUPALONG CAMP, Bangladesh: A trumpet fills the air as two “elephants” charge, scattering Rohingya refugee actors at a training session in a camp which cuts deep into Bangladeshi forest once reserved for the protected species. Part awareness raising, part pantomime, the scenario uses life-size puppets of elephants made from bamboo…

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