Our collapsing world

Analysis and Opinion By JoeAm The world is going to hell. Storms from nature and man are driving us mad. Disease and incompetence unite to drive us home to pray and take worm medicine because the scare artists make us think vaccines will make men pregnant and forks stick to our magnetized foreheads. But mostly, … Continue reading

Manila Beach: Anatomy of a Vanity Project

Analysis and Opinion By Chemrock This is from one of my old blog collection. With election just round the corner, I though it a good time to share how poor leadership begets poor projects. Environmental projects almost always require a holistic approach to ensure sustainability. Beautifying the Manila beach is a worthy national project. However, … Continue reading

The Pandemic Year

Analysis and Opinion By Irineo B. R. Salazar The pandemic year is coming to an end, and „the beginning of the end“ of the pandemic may be there as Prof. Dr. Ugur Sahin said recently. Prof. Dr. Sahin and his wife Dr. Özlem Türeci are the co-founders of BioNTech, the German firm that produced the … Continue reading

Regenerative Development

Analysis and Opinion By Karl Garcia We want to save this planet but at the same time we are destroying it: 1. We tried to tackle air pollution with so many accords and so many protocols. We have China notwithstanding her use of giant air purifiers made by Dutch inventors. They still have the worst … Continue reading

What now Philippine Agriculture: Food security or rice self sufficiency?

Analysis and Opinion By Karl Garcia The pandemic has caused food security issues the world over. But what is food security? This is access to available food. Some say the neolibs will just dump their over-produced goods to vulnerable and weak nations. For me, it is the regulators who should check if there is over-importation, … Continue reading