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Curing the ills of overdevelopment
by Hanna Lacsamana
At 105 years old, Baguio City has gone a long way. Since it has been laid out and dissected on the blueprint during Arch. Daniel Burnham’s time up to the present… 
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When development becomes a bane
by Rimaliza Opiña
The 1900s may historically be considered as the era when the Rancheria called Kafagway was slowly transformed into a trade center. 
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Urban migration: A threat to the Summer Capital
by Harley Palangchao
Baguio’s vanishing beauty is due to many reasons, but a glaring one is the unabated rural migration to the city after World War II. 
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Traffic: Is there any way out?
by Teodorico Tan
Baguio City has to cope with so many problems arising from its status as a highly urbanized city. One of these are traffic–related problems brought about by the increase in the number of pedestrians… 
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Designing the present and future Baguio
by Sheree Nolasco
Sharing high hopes and dreaming big for Baguio City seems like a formidable task, unless we mine the wisdom and knowledge of our living apos, aunties, and uncles then combine it with the fresh ideas of our youth and visionaries… 
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Delineate business interests from ancestral land claims
by Mau Malanes
A near–tipping point–level of chaos is threatening Baguio, a former Ibaloi land that became a chartered city on Sept. 1, 1909 by the American–established Philippine Assembly. 
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Preserving Bued River; Protecting a heritage site
by Jane Cadalig
Bued River, one of Baguio City’s critical bodies of water, needs enhanced preservation efforts, not only to provide a sustainable water supply to the areas it traverses but also to maintain the integrity of the historic road that runs along it. 
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Saving the Balili River: Count me in
by Aurea Marie Sandoval
The Cordillera Administrative Region is host to major rivers supplying different areas of the region as well as lowland communities. 
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Clean air: Does it really matter?
by Susan Ruth Nool
Year round, while some are agog about festivities, politics, and the latest in showbiz, others are uneasy and furious about news that harm Baguio City’s image because of deteriorating environment. 
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The ‘little’ Paradaans you and I can save
by Morr Pungayan
If we define Paradaan – which is pan–Cordi i.e. Ifugao, Kalinga, Ibaloi, Kankana–ey, Kalanguya, Ifontok, and even ‘Baguio Ilokano’, as: "a place where ‘province–’ or rural–bound vehicles 
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Confronting the challenge of env’tal governance
by Michael Umaming
The Cordillera Regional Development Council, the region’s highest policy–hmaking body, organized a Committee on Watershed and Environmental Management (CWEM) in response to the various concerns threatening the region… 
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  105th Anniversary Cartoon
Jogin Tamayo 
   
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