I bike-commute to work, and it is my advocacy. I love the adrenaline rush from packing my stuff every morning, putting them on my pannier, changing into cycling attire, and pedaling on to work. Not […]
The Duterte administration’s foreign borrowing has continued to rise during the pandemic. How much is really to respond to COVID-19, and how much for debt-driven growth and the illusion of development?
Research group IBON said that the Duterte government should correct the huge shortfall of the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) especially amid a continuously increasing number of COVID-19 cases. About 9 million out of the target […]
The national government’s program of sending people back to their hometown recently came under fire for spreading COVID-19 in the provinces. For example, Tanauan town and Baybay City in Leyte each recorded their first respective […]
Last of a two-part series Government’s misplaced scheme In many instances, the solution to the complex transport problems of Metro Manila lies in the physics of the problem, in the same way that dealing with […]
First of a two-part series The transport chaos on the first day of the less restrictive general community quarantine (GCQ) was painful to watch. With limited public transport, thousands of Metro Manila commuters eager to […]