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Palawan is in trouble!

Sharing a message from Cynthia Sumagaysay- Del Rosario who is currently part of the struggle to protect the Philippine province of Palawan from DMCI Holdings’ proposed coal plant project. Dear friends, If you have already been to Palawan, you know that it is one special place. Aside from being voted as “the best island in the world”... (More...)
Coal Coal East Asia Southeast Asia

Going beyond 60 minutes

Earth Hour has become an expression of unanimity and solidarity for a more sustainable path to progress, with millions of people across the globe taking part in the initiative every year. As good as it is though, we must never forget that responding proportionately to the challenge posed by climate change it must not begin... (More...)
Actions/Demonstrations East Asia Southeast Asia

Pope Francis Urged to Divest from Fossil Fuels During Visit to the Philippines

As Pope Francis starts his visit to the Philippines this week, environmentalists and Filipino organizations are upping their calls for the Pope to divest the Vatican from fossil fuels. You can join their call to action by clicking here. “We look to Pope Francis to break the political impasse preventing real action on climate change.... (More...)
Climate Justice Divestment East Asia Fossil Fuels

People Surge: to Rage and Love for Justice

It was plastered all over our nation’s news and even broke into the global reports: the inspiring strength to rise up, resurge and demand justice despite their tragic losses was displayed by the People Surge, an alliance of Super Typhoon Haiyan survivors and their supporters.   I have witnessed the increasing poverty in the most impacted... (More...)
Actions/Demonstrations Climate Impacts Climate Justice Coal Corruption East Asia Extreme Weather Southeast Asia

These people are about to reach the end of a 1,000-km walk commemorating one of the worst storms in history

These brave, determined souls are walking 1,000 kilometers from Manila to “ground zero” of Typhoon Haiayan (aka Yolanda) in Tacloban City in the Philippines to demand climate justice. They’re set to arrive on November 8th, the one year anniversary of the strongest storm ever to make landfall. Watch the video, then follow the walk here.... (More...)
Actions/Demonstrations Climate Justice East Asia Extreme Weather