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Karla Rey, translator of 'Paano Kumain ng Kulay?'

Blog entry by Tricia Aquino | November 15, 2018

When Karla Rey was a child, she would spend weekends in her grandmother's backyard, tending to the garden, propagating cuttings, and picking fresh fruits and vegetables to eat. Mangoes, bananas, star apples, guavas, aratilis, makopa,...

Mabi David, author of 'Paano Kumain ng Kulay?'

Blog entry by Tricia Aquino | November 13, 2018

What does red taste like? How about green, yellow, and blue?  Certified plant-based cook and published writer Mabi David offers these fanciful questions to think about in her new children's book,  Paano Kumain ng Kulay? ...

4 findings from New York hearings that give #ReasonsForHope

Blog entry by Desiree Llanos Dee and Dominique Esmeralda | October 11, 2018

New York is the home of the Yankees, Wall Street, and many of the biggest oil, gas, and coal  companies, or as we refer to them, the Big Polluters. While bankers traded and yellow cabs roamed the city, the Big Apple hosted the fourth...

Our farmers in the age of climate change

Blog entry by Grace Duran-Cabus | September 22, 2018

It was September 12, 2018, when I heard the news of Typhoon Mangkhut heading for the Philippines. News outlets were saying it was comparable to Haiyan.  Watching the steady coverage, I was worried about how the Philippines would be...

Four reasons why communities are beating corporate climate polluters

Blog entry by Desiree Llanos Dee | August 31, 2018

We’re at the critical halfway point in the hearing for the National Inquiry of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) into the responsibility of the largest oil, gas, and coal companies for climate change impacts on the human rights of...

How Plant-based Do You Want Your Diet to Be? Here Are Some Options

Blog entry by Patricia Aquino | August 11, 2018

Filipinos are consuming more meat, and less fruits and vegetables, today. At the same time, more of them are becoming obese and falling ill to heart diseases. The environment is suffering from the rise of meat consumption, too.

Why Bianca King went plant-based with her diet – and why you could too

Blog entry by Patricia Aquino and Mikkel Bolante | July 22, 2018

Bianca King has gone green. From her diet, her use (or rather non-use) of plastics, even to the way she spends her vacations doing beach clean-ups, the actress is leading a life that is as mindful as it gets. She calls it “living...

For Independence Day, we want to Break Free

Blog entry by Khevin Yu and Angelica Carballo Pago | June 12, 2018

The many environmental ills that the Philippines is facing now are interlinked and are compounded by other developmental challenges, such as poverty, globalization and shrinking democratic spaces, among other problems. As a developing...

Celebrating Food for Life

Blog entry by Virginia Llorin | May 15, 2018

Many Catholic countries around the world celebrate the feast of the patron saint of laborers and farmers.  In the Philippines, he is better known as San Isidro Labrador. San Isidro was born to a poor family in Madrid, Spain.  He...

When freedom is not free

Blog entry by Angelica Pago and Vince Cinches | May 4, 2018

We are not the first to say this, nor are we the last: the media is under threat. Globally and locally, the media are being targeted by many sides. Just this week, in Afghanistan, suicide bombings have claimed the lives of at least...

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