CLUSTER ONE

Environmental Science and Health

Red is the color of blood, symbolizing our deeper connection to our environment and planet. The gem is in the shape of a drop of blood for the same reason. As such, if we are to keep living on this earth, we have to keep track of the environment’s status and find ways to solve environmental problems. One of the biggest aims of environmental science is to find solutions to such problems. The striking color of red therefore also inspires and motivates us to take action and work towards this aim.

These studies tackle varying environmental issues. As such, they can be associated with one of the following agendas: the Aquatic, Agriculture, and Natural Resources (AANR) Research and Development Agenda, and the Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation (DRR & CCA) Research and Development Agenda. This is because the studies are generally aligned with the objectives of the former agenda, while one study has objectives and has aspects more related to the priorities of the latter agenda

BASED ON: Harmonized National Research and Development Agenda (HNRDA)


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Climatological analysis of the Southwest Monsoon (Habagat)

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Microplastics in farmed oysters (Crassostrea iredalei) from Capiz, Philippines

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Evaluation of the larvicidal efficacy of jackfruit rags and rind crude extracts

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Utilizing natural antioxidants to reduce harmful cooking oil emissions

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