The Philippines is advocating the treaty to help preserve marine biodiversity which will benefit other countries.

Philippines Advocates Treaty to Preserve Marine Biodiversity

The advocated international agreement will provide environmental impact perspectives to preserve marine biodiversity.  It will likewise authorize the partaking of marine genetic resources between...

Fossil fuel-reliant Singapore optimistic on 2050 decarbonization

The government of Singapore is confident that it would reach its goal of zero carbon emission by 2050 without compromising energy security or affordability...
Amid continuous fuel price hikes, the Philippine House committee approved the bill known as the Oil Deregulation Law.

Oil Deregulation Law: PH House Committee Approves Bill Amendment

Amid continuous fuel price hikes, the Philippine House committee approved the bill known as the Oil Deregulation Law. Purpose of the Oil Deregulation Law Also known...
Filipinos in Ukraine are still undecided whether to return to the Philippines or not.

Why Many Filipinos in Ukraine Remain Undecided to Get Home?

According to the Department of Foreign Affairs, many Filipinos in Ukraine are still uncertain about coming home to the Philippines. They hope the tension...
The 6.2-magnitude Sumatra earthquake is strong enough to cause a city's destruction.

Sumatra Earthquake Leaves Several People Injured, Dead, and Displaced

The Sumatra earthquake caught villagers by surprise. It left several people injured, dead, and displaced. It also caused panic in neighboring countries, such as...
Sorsogon resumes its whale shark interaction to revive the province whale shark tourism industry.

Whale Shark Tourism in Sorsogon Now Open for Business

It's been a while since local and foreign tourists had an interaction with whale sharks in Sorsogon. With the easing of Covid-19 alert status...
Indonesia’s tuna catch is the biggest worlwide at about one million tons a year, equivalent to 16% of the total global tuna supply.

Indonesia’s Tuna Catch Under Tight Regulation for Sustainability

Indonesia's tuna catch is under tight regulation for sustainability to keep the wild stock from declining. Strategy to Help Indonesia's Tuna Catch from Dropping Compared to...
It appears that bureaucracy, corruption, and regulations adversely affect the chicken market in Malaysia and its consumers.

Is Chicken Market in Malaysia Manipulated?

Currently, Malaysia is experiencing a chicken supply shortage because local production struggles to fulfill the demand. The country's stereotyped and bureaucratic regulatory system to...
The discovery of a new tarantula species, called Taksinus Bambus is one of the many reasons why Thai forests needs conservation.

Tarantula Species that Lives on Bamboo, Discovered in Thailand

Many animals have become extinct, while others are on the endangered's list. In Thailand, a Thai YouTuber discovers a new tarantula species that live...
Thailand is one of the ASEAN countries that is now enduring the soaring inflation rate of basic commodities, including pork, fuel, and more.

Thailand’s Soaring Inflation Rate Getting Worse

Prices of basic commodities in Thailand started increasing at the onset of 2022. The soaring inflation rate adversely impacts the prices of fuel, noodles....

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Climate change is a global issue that every country must take into consideration as it affects all things that live on Earth.

Climate Change Continuously Takes Its Toll on ASEAN countries

Malaysia wasn't expecting that the country would experience early a phenomenon they supposed to happen once in a hundred years. It's all because of...
Animal abuse has been evident in some circus and amusement facilities in Vietnam. based on Animals Asia's report.

Animals Asia Uncovers Animal Abuse in Vietnam’s Circuses and Amusement Parks

Animals Asia exposes animal abuse in Vietnam's circuses and entertainment parks. The government's drive to protect the animals isn't enough to cushion them from...
Malaysia also experiences a slump in the economy because of the pandemic. To revive its dwindling economy it must focus in its export by adding values to it.

Malaysia Should Add More Value on Exports

Because of the pandemic, Malaysia wasn't able to entice foreign direct investment, unlike before. According to former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, they missed the...