Even international experts recognize the conservation of biodiversity in the NPA-controlled areas.
Month: March 2017
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective In a move worthy of praise from environmental activists all over the world, El Salvador became the first country in the world to pass a law banning metal mining. Indeed as Lina Pohl, the environment minister of the smallest Central American country, declared: “It’s a historic day in El Salvador.…
“Apatnapu’t walo, at di matalo-talo.”
“We’re just being retooled to become cheap labor.”
How many sacadas must be exploited in Hacienda Luisita and other sugar plantations in the country to produce sugar made bitter by their sweat and tears?
Kadamay declares “initial victory” for #OccupyBulacan.
Court of Appeals stops what could have been Mary Jane Veloso’s first-time testimony on her ordeal.
Forests are the only systems we have that can suck carbon out of the atmosphere within the time frame necessary to save humanity.
“They try to bury us. They didn’t know we are seeds.”
“Ninety percent of the housing needs for 2012 to 2030 are on the lower-end cost, meaning it should be economic, socialized, and subsidized. More than 1.45 million housing units need to be state-subsidized for families who cannot afford the high cost of units being offered by the real estate companies.” By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL…
MANILA — The New People’s Army (NPA) released on March 24 two soldiers it captured over a month ago in Lupon, Davao Oriental. Rene Doller, 34, and Carl Marc Nucos, 24, are both from the 72nd Infantry Battalion. They were captured by the NPA on February 14. The said soldiers were turned over to Davao…