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Environmental politics in the Philippine’s last frontier (Part 3 of 3)

(This story was produced with the support of Internews Philippines.) What happened before. What is happening now. For many environmental advocates, the fight for a better future...

Environmental politics in the Philippine’s last frontier (Part 2 of 3)

(This story was produced with the support of Internews Philippines.) What happened before Pro-environment activists won big when well-known "eco-warriors" were named the mayors of...

Environmental politics in the Philippine’s last frontier (Part 1 of 3)

(This story was produced with the support of Internews Philippines.) PUERTO PRINCESA CITY―The island province of Palawan, dubbed as the country’s “last ecological frontier”, had...

SPECIAL REPORT: Climate change cripples Palawan seaweed farms

(This story was produced with the support of Oxfam Pilipinas.) Many seaweed facilities were destroyed when Typhoon Rai (locally known as Odette) wreaked havoc in...

The Year in Review (Part 3 of 7): The plebiscite and Palawan’s electoral politics

(This report is part 3 of a 7-part series that highlights key stories and events in Palawan and Puerto Princesa City throughout the year...

The Year in Review (Part 2 of 7): Setting aside environment and health concerns

(This report is part of a 7-part series that highlights key stories and events in Palawan and Puerto Princesa City throughout the year 2021) Palawan's...

The Year in Review (Part 1 of 7): Palawan slowly emerges from the pandemic

(This report is part of a 7-part series that highlights key stories and events in Palawan and Puerto Princesa City throughout the year 2021) March...

SPECIAL REPORT: Palawan’s flickering sex industry amidst the pandemic

(This report was made possible with support from the Philippine Press Institute (PPI)-HSF under its 2021 Fellowship Program on Civic Journalism.) Diana earns more than...

SPECIAL REPORT: Palawan reports 89 HIV cases with number expected to rise by end...

The province of Palawan registered 89 cases of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from January to August with over a hundred cases probable by...

SPECIAL REPORT: Palawan education sector struggles amidst pandemic

(This report was made possible with support from the Philippine Press Institute (PPI)-HSF under its 2021 Fellowship Program on Civic Journalism.) The Philippines recently allowed...

SPECIAL REPORT: Pala’wan tribes struggle through pineapple farming during COVID-19 pandemic

(This report was made possible with support from the Philippine Press Institute (PPI)-HSF under its 2021 Fellowship Program on Civic Journalism.) Pala'wan tribes producing the...

SPECIAL REPORT: Honda Bay boatmen see no silver lining in tourism reopening

Around 60% of tour boats in Honda Bay are at risk of complete ruin if they stay idle, as boatmen have been unable to...