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Cheche Lazaro Looks Into PH’s Vulnerability to Climate Change in ‘Panahon Na’

Broadcast journalist Cheche Lazaro probes the vulnerability of the Philippines to climate change and natural disasters in “Cheche Lazaro Presents: Panahon Na” this Sunday (January 12).

Panahon Na

When typhoon Ondoy flooded Metro Manila and neighboring provinces in 2009, people were caught off-guard by what officials called a ‘storm in a hundred years.’ But within a span of a week, typhoon Pepeng lashed at the northern part of Luzon. The succeeding extreme weather events, not to mention flood-inducing monsoons, just became more intense – Sendong in 2011, Pablo in 2012, and the world’s strongest tropical storm Yolanda just last November.

Because of climate change, weather experts and scientists warn of more apocalyptic disasters that will hit the country similar to typhoon Yolanda. They also claim that the Philippines, the third most vulnerable country to climate change, is more likely to experience the wrath of Mother Earth than any other country in the world.

Cheche interviews scientists, experts, and disaster-reduction managers in the two-hour documentary to identify, assess, and explain the vulnerabilities of various areas in the country. They also discuss what Filipinos can do to prepare and lessen the consequences of climate change.

Don’t miss the initial offering of “Cheche Lazaro Presents” in 2014 this Sunday (January 12), after “Gandang Gabi Vice” on ABS-CBN’s Sunday’s Best.

4 Comments on Cheche Lazaro Looks Into PH’s Vulnerability to Climate Change in ‘Panahon Na’

  1. dolores p. nasayao // February 20, 2016 at 11:13 pm //

    Where ko puede mapanood ang full episode ng ang panahon need kopo kasi sa lesson ko

  2. Saan ko po puede makita ang full episode ng ang panahon need ko po kaya sa lesson ko.

  3. Does it already have a document? So that we can read it in a full detailed information..

  4. HI! GOODMORNING..
    gustu ko sana ma kita episode na to san ko pwede ma kita ?

    thx..

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