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The Struggle Deep in the Forests of the Philippines

Last week, 350 Pilipinas coordinator, Zeph Repollo, was part of an international solidarity mission to a remote village of the Dulangan People in Mindanao, Philippines.     I’m writing this note from the lush, forest-clad Daguma Mountain Ranges of Mindanao, Philippines, where the indigenous Dulangan People are in a dangerous struggle against logging and mining corporations encroaching... (More...)
Climate Justice Coal Corruption East Asia Southeast Asia Uncategorized

Hunger pangs of starving farmers met by a barrage of bullets

On the morning of April 1, 2016 police forces opened fire at some 5,000 farmers and indigenous Lumad demanding relief and subsidies for farm communities who have been intensely affected by the El Nino dry spell in Kidapawan City. 350 Pilipinas condemns the violent dispersal of protesting farmers, which has resulted in the death of... (More...)
Climate Impacts Climate Justice East Asia Extreme Weather Southeast Asia Uncategorized

20,000 Haiyan survivors demand: ‘Our survival is non-negotiable’

TACLOBAN, Philippines – Despite heavy rainfall, 20,000 survivors of Super Typhoon Yolanda (also known as Haiyan) marched at ‘ground zero’ days before the second anniversary of the world’s most powerful typhoon to ever make landfall, only comparable to the recent ‘Patricia’. The march intends to hold the administration of President Noynoy Aquino accountable for the... (More...)
Climate Impacts Climate Justice East Asia Extreme Weather Fossil Fuels Southeast Asia

Stop TPPA: We need people’s solutions not corporate pollution

The international climate movement, 350.org, urges governments present at the APEC Climate Change Summit to take bold leadership by stopping the TPPA (Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement). Leaked documents revealed that TPPA would allow private corporations to directly sue governments in private and non-transparent trade tribunals over laws and policies if corporations consider they would reduce... (More...)
Climate Justice East Asia Southeast Asia

Philippines to Paris: Our survival is not negotiable

We often imagine weekends as leisure time spent with family and friends. The opposite was true for the people residing in Northern Luzon, Philippines as they spent their weekend tending to their loved ones’ safety as the category 4 super typhoon Koppu (Lando) arrived, bringing widespread flooding and lashing winds. The typhoon made landfall on... (More...)
Climate Impacts Climate Justice East Asia Southeast Asia

People Over Profits: #StopLumadKillings

A new norm for terror is inflicted on the Lumad people who stand to defend their ancestral lands from corporate mining interests. Today, there are 680 Lumads internally displaced in Davao City having left their terrorized communities in Bukidnon, Mindanao. In Surigao del Sur, more than 3000  individuals sought refuge in a ballfield at the Provincial... (More...)
Climate Justice Coal East Asia Southeast Asia

The one when coal keeps burning me

Here’s an update from one of the participants  in a recently conducted exposure trip to coal mines in Quang Ninh Province. You know that tingling in your skin when seeing a sublime vista destroyed by this species called Homo sapiens? Man, how much I hate that feeling. Although in this day and age, when a... (More...)
Coal East Asia Southeast Asia

Buddhist leader and followers join climate groups in calling for urgent actions by individuals and governments to protect the planet

Here’s an update from Nhu Ho of 350.org Vietnam about their participation at the Live Simple Day of action in Ho Chi Minh City where Buddhist leader  His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa 12th, join climate groups in calling for urgent actions by individuals and governments to protect the planet On Sunday October 4th, 2015, more than 400 young... (More...)
East Asia Southeast Asia

Save Palawan's Pristine Environment

New coal plants in the face of Typhoon Haiyan and climate change are unacceptable — help us protect Palawan, the last frontier in the Philippines.

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