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40-day Climate Walk to Tacloban kicks off in Luneta

Press release | October 2, 2014 at 11:35

MANILA, Philippines-- Climate change advocates from various sectors urged world governments to “walk their climate talk” as they launched the Climate Walk, dubbed as “A People’s Walk for Climate Justice.”

G20 leaders urged to take action on cutting fossil fuel subsidies

Press release | November 4, 2011 at 12:28

Greenpeace today challenged G20 leaders attending this week’s summit in Cannes to deliver on their pledge (1) to cut fossil fuel subsidies and instead invest in green jobs, in response to the current global financial, economic, and environmental...

Re-affirming women’s struggle for climate justice

Blog entry by Joan Meris | March 6, 2013

Anthropogenic climate change is a proven science, whether or not people want to believe it. We are already threading 396 parts per million (ppm) of atmospheric carbon dioxide, way beyond the 350 ppm upper safety limit to avoid...

#ClimateWalk: the onset of hope

Blog entry by Johanna Fernandez | October 2, 2014

Barely two weeks after the monumental People’s Climate March, a humble Climate Walk begins. A postscript, if you may, in the letter written by thousands of empowered individuals calling on the world’s leaders to make the 2015 climate...

Because justice demands it

Blog entry by Albert Lozada | October 10, 2014

9 days of walking in solidarity with the global call for climate justice  brought us face-to-face with many people who’ve had more than once experienced the wrath of typhoons that have passed through the Philippines in recent years.

Zero commitment = zero reductions

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | September 25, 2014

The other night I listened intently to President Aquino’s speech at the UN Climate Summit convened by Ban Ki Moon. Four minutes in, I was dumbfounded by statements like: “Nations should not engage in another protracted debate over...

Climate Walk is already half-way to Tacloban

Image gallery | October 22, 2014


Blog entry by Lea Guerrero | October 13, 2011

The UNFCCC is an international treaty which aims to stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations that lead to global warming.  It was created during the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.  Every year, parties to the convention (i.e.

Remember, remember the 26th of September...

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | September 26, 2011

. ..when a relentless downpour engulfed Metro Manila, in a deluge never before seen or felt by majority of its inhabitants. September 26, 2009: Typhoon Ondoy (international code name Ketsana) dumped 334 millimeters of rain in...

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