South Korea’s smuggled hazardous wastes must be sent back - Scientist group
Eight years since the murder at Kananga, impunity reigns
Private interest in the guise of Boracay environmental rehabilitation - Scientist group
Scientist group: Importation not a remedy for fish shortage, BFAR should develop fisheries sector
More Harm than Good: The Case of Bulacan Aerotropolis
Weevil Infestation: A Wake Up Call to the Pitfalls of Flooded Rice Imports
DENR partnerships for rehab efforts to benefit investors, not the people - Scientist group
AGHAM Unites with the People in Demanding Genuine Development in Duterte’s SONA
Experts demand transparency over govt’s island rehab activities
Stop Harassing NGO workers, Free Ben and Rita!

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Press Releases | November 20, 2018

South Korea’s smuggled hazardous wastes must be sent back - Scientist group

Scientist group AGHAM-Advocates of Science and Technology for the People denounces the smuggling of hazardous and toxic wastes in the country from South Korea and the Philippine government’s inaction in holding the former accountable.

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Press Releases | November 7, 2018

Eight years since the murder at Kananga, impunity reigns

It has been eight years since their murder at Kananga, but the families of ethnobotanist Leonard Co and his companions have yet to see justice.

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Press Releases | October 28, 2018

Private interest in the guise of Boracay environmental rehabilitation - Scientist group

With the recent reopening of Boracay to the public, the scientist group AGHAM - Advocates of Science and Technology for the People says that further commercialization and privatization of the island are hiding behind the guise of DENR’s six month environmental rehabilitation, to the detriment of

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Press Releases | August 31, 2018

Scientist group: Importation not a remedy for fish shortage, BFAR should develop fisheries sector

The AGHAM – Advocates of Science and Technology for the People calls on the Department of Agriculture – Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR) to immediately halt its plan on importing 17,000 metric tons (MT) of round scad (galunggong
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Prometheus Bound | August 29, 2018

More Harm than Good: The Case of Bulacan Aerotropolis

The recent NAIA lockdown reflects the worsening sorry state of our country’s ineffective, neglected, and derelict transport system.

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