Global Warming

Global Warming is a Catastrophe Coming! We already know the causes - humankind's unfettered burning of fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas. We already know some of the impacts - the melting of polar ice caps, rising oceans, severe droughts, the spread of pestilence, massive flooding, coral bleaching and surging storms. We already know who will be hit hardest - coastal countries, island nations, and underdeveloped regions like Southeast Asia. Read more

Genetic Engineering

Only a couple of decades ago, genetically modified organisms (GMO) would have been something out of science fiction. In the not so distant past, we never imagined we would find on our dinner tables strawberries with fish genes, corn with bacterial genes, and soybeans with built-in herbicides. Little did we know that such scenes would turn into reality in a dizzyingly short period of time. But this is now part of today's reality.Read more


Rapid industrialization has made Southeast Asia one of the most dynamic regions in the world. The development of the region, however, has come at the expense of causing severe environmental damage. Pollution, particularly in urban and industrial areas, has reached alarming proportions. Major cities in the region like Bangkok, Jakarta and Manila are among the most polluted cities in the world today. Read more


Throughout the world, ancient forests are in crisis. Many of the plants and animals that live in these forests face extinction. And many of the people and cultures who depend on these forests for their way of life are also under threat. But the news is not all bad. There is a last chance to protect these forests and the life they support. Read more

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33 reasons why you should join #ReclaimPower

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | October 10, 2015

Today I took part in a global action on energy transformation, #ReclaimPower , through the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice 's #CancelCoal protest march in Mendiola, Manila, calling for the cancellation of all approved coal...

Ranking of 9 local tuna canneries revealed

Image gallery | October 2, 2015

#PeoplesPilgrimage: Dedicating my first 100-kms for the children's future

Blog entry by Albert Lozada | October 1, 2015

Today, I begin my 1500-km walk from Rome to Paris as part of the People’s Pilgrimage.  The People’s Pilgrimage is a journey of people of all faiths for the care of our common home, ahead of the 21 st Conference of Parties happening...

Detox Pilipinas website launch

Image gallery | September 29, 2015

A step closer to Climate Justice

Blog entry by Diah Abida | September 24, 2015

I admit, when I initially encountered the term Climate Justice , I found it quite abstract. All I knew was it would look at climate change in a different light - a more human light - and for the first time, the ones responsible for...

Join #LetsDoItPH and rise against pollution!

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | September 19, 2015

"Thoughts do more. Words do much. Actions do much more." We take great pleasure in supporting inspiring movements like Let's Do It! Philippines , a civic-led non-profit and non-political movement making a difference by...

1,000-strong interfaith prayer rally all set to stop coal in Quezon

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | September 15, 2015

More than a thousand people swarmed the Provincial Board of Quezon yesterday to appeal to the Board Members to withdraw their resolution of support to the proposed 1200mw coal-fired power plant in Atimonan and expansion of two existing...

Justice for fellow ocean defender, Gerlie Menchie Alpajora

Blog entry by Vince Cinches | August 15, 2015

I always admire people at the frontline, actively confronting the threats happening in their backyard. Most of these people, the nameless thousands brave men and women, can choose to ignore dynamite fishing that their neighbors are...

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