Author Archives: Juned

Gina Lopez, open pit mining and water

I would say this Gina Lopez is a force of nature. You have to see it to believe it. I attended a session she had with a number of bloggers last week. Lopez had a number of things on her … Continue reading

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CHR: Good luck or bad luck? Who knows

The on-going discussion, debate and ad-hominems resulting from the House of Representatives decision to give the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) a 1000 peso budget reminds me of an old tale called the Farmer’s Story , which I first heard … Continue reading

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The Awardees of the 2017 ASEAN Biodiversity Heroes Award

This bit of news and information is worth mentioning since there seems to be little mention of this on traditional and new media. Ten biodiversity conservation advocates from varied sectors of society — the grassroots, government, academic, and business sectors … Continue reading

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