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The Manila Observatory
is a private non-stock, non-profit, scientific research institution established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. With Federico Faura at its inception, it was engaged in the systematic observation of Philippine weather.
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The Manila Observatory
is a private non-stock, non-profit, scientific research institution established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. With Federico Faura at its inception, it was engaged in the systematic observation of Philippine weather.
READ MORE

The Manila Observatory
is a private non-stock, non-profit, scientific research institution established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. With Federico Faura at its inception, it was engaged in the systematic observation of Philippine weather.
READ MORE

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The Manila Observatory
is a private non-stock, non-profit, scientific research institution established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. With Federico Faura at its inception, it was engaged in the systematic observation of Philippine weather.
READ MORE

The Manila Observatory
is a private non-stock, non-profit, scientific research institution established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. With Federico Faura at its inception, it was engaged in the systematic observation of Philippine weather.
READ MORE

The Manila Observatory
is a private non-stock, non-profit, scientific research institution established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. With Federico Faura at its inception, it was engaged in the systematic observation of Philippine weather.
READ MORE

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The Manila Observatory
is a private non-stock, non-profit, scientific research institution established in 1865 by the Jesuit mission in the Philippines. With Federico Faura at its inception, it was engaged in the systematic observation of Philippine weather.
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The Manila Observatory
It began serving typhoon warnings in 1879, and embarked on earthquake observations in 1880. In 1884, The Spanish government issued a royal decree formally recognizing the Manila Observatory as the official Philippine institution for weather forecasting.
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Accelerating Mitigation Efforts in the Asia Pacific: SB58
A Review of Gaps in Existing Climate Policies

By Tonichi Regalado
After two weeks of haze and uncertainty, the annual Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB58) finally adopted an agenda. Heads of Delegation reached a compromise wherein the Sharm el-Sheikh Mitigation Ambition and Implementation Work Programme (MWP) would be excluded from the agendas.
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Accelerating Mitigation Efforts in the Asia Pacific: SB58
A Review of Gaps in Existing Climate Policies

By Tonichi Regalado

After two weeks of haze and uncertainty, the annual Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB58) finally adopted an agenda.

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Accelerating Mitigation Efforts in the Asia Pacific: SB58
A Review of Gaps in Existing Climate Policies

By Tonichi Regalado

After two weeks of haze and uncertainty, the annual Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB58) finally adopted an agenda.

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ASIA-AQ (Airborne and Satellite Investigation of Asian Air Quality) brings together international experts and agencies in other Southeast Asian nations to study air pollution in the region from space to the surface of the earth.

ASIA-AQ (Airborne and Satellite Investigation of Asian Air Quality) brings together international experts and agencies in other Southeast Asian nations to study air pollution in the region from space to the surface of the earth.

An all-women team of atmospheric scientists from the Manila Observatory, Dr. Obie Cambaliza, Dr. Melliza Templonuevo Cruz, and Paola Angela Bañaga, were on board the Gulfstream GIII Aircraft and DC-8 Airborne Science Laboratory during the second mission flight for ASIA-AQ last February 7, 2024.

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The New Year 2024 Particle Pollution Measurements in Metro Manila and Other Local Urbanized Areas report is out now!

The Manila Observatory (MO) Air Quality Dynamics Laboratory (AQD) hosts and maintains one of the ground-based remote sensing aerosol stations or sun photometers from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Aerosol Robotic Network (NASA AERONET).

ACT2025: Beyond Dialoguing to Action and Support to Avert, Minimize, and Address Loss and Damage

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