Seven things data tell us about the deforestation and devastating floods in Davao Region

Rapid deforestation and illegal logging, which remain rampant, are the main culprits, in the devastating landslides and flooding to hit Davao Region. Along with an increasingly unpredictable climate, these have caused deaths and damage to millions of residents in the region. Data and interviews done by PressOne.PH revealed that policy gaps, corruption, and politics accelerated these problems.

Here’s what the data revealed.

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Meneleo Carlos Jr. dies at 95

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Meneleo Carlos Jr. dies at 95

Meneleo Carlos Jr. dies at 95

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