Filipino activists rally for Climate Justice at COP28

Activists around the globe consistently advocate for more ambitious emission reduction targets

IN PHOTOS: Filipino climate activists mark 10th year of deadly typhoon 

Super typhoon Haiyan was considered as the “deadliest case of extreme weather” which claimed more than 6,000 lives

Protest action at DENR demands cancellation of mining contracts

The groups called on Secretary Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga to cancel mining contracts that continue to ravage communities and destroy the environment

Troubled waters: Residents accuse contractors of using dredging project to mine black sand

Cagayan Governor Manuel Mamba Sr. adamantly denied that the contractors are mining black sand in the town of Aparri

Troubled Waters: Aparri fisherfolk suffer poor aramang catch as gov’t dredging project begins

A project meant to help restore a major river in Aparri has wreaked havoc on the livelihood of local fisherfolk

SPOTLIGHT

Will climate become an ‘election issue’ in 2025?

Will climate become an ‘election issue’ in 2025?

Will 2025 finally be the year? The climate crisis has never been more relevant, from the halls of Congress to daily living. The impacts of extreme heat are increasingly being felt at the household level, from the suspension of classes to concerns about the supply of...

The biggest killers of Filipinos: Fossil fuels and vehicles

The biggest killers of Filipinos: Fossil fuels and vehicles

The reliance of the world economy on the burning of fossil fuels, oil, and gas continues to drive up global temperatures. The sweltering heat of the past three months is just a small indication of what it will be like in the years to come. Every year is hotter than...

Synodality and its Silences 

Synodality and its Silences 

Why the deafening silence? How can we not listen? Why are we not protesting? Who is accountable and how can we make them accountable? What do we need to do?

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