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Poetry in action

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | October 11, 2014

Climate action comes in many forms. Sometimes it is giving an outlet to show that ways to lower carbon emissions is possible; sometimes it's through the art of written or uttered words — intricately put together to express feelings and...

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.

How LEGO got awesome to #SaveTheArctic

Blog entry by Ian Duff | October 9, 2014

Today we got the awesome news : After a three-month campaign supported by more than a million people worldwide, LEGO has announced it will not renew its contract with Arctic destroyer Shell. This is fantastic news for LEGO fans...

Backyard Gardening and Climate Change

Blog entry by Jabez Flores | October 5, 2014

I started my small organic herb and vegetable garden in front of my apartment in mid-2012 with the simple goal of growing pesticide-free vegetables for me and my family. Like any novice backyard gardener, I wanted to find out first if...

#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...

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...

Farmers face uncertainties because of GMO contamination

Blog entry by Daniel Ocampo | September 24, 2014

Eugenio Geraldo is a 51-year old farmer from Tomigbong, San Luis in Malitbog, in the province of Bukidnon. He is married and has six children. He started farming as early as 1971 and farming has remained his source of livelihood when...

Weathering extremes

Blog entry by Atty. Zelda DT Soriano | September 22, 2014

As I write this, masses of people of different nationalities and cultures are marching in New York ahead of the UN Climate Summit on September 23.  Now, New York might be thousands of miles away, but the Summit’s topic and what all...

We are the game changers in the battle to save the climate

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | September 21, 2014

"Humanity already possesses the fundamental scientific, technical, and industrial know-how to solve the carbon and climate problems for the next half-century." -Stephen Pacala and Robert Socolow Science, Aug. 2004 Aren't you...

Happy nuclear-free birthday to the people of Japan

Blog entry by Kendra Ulrich | September 15, 2014

Every birthday is special – but today Japan is celebrating something unique. Japan has been nuclear-free for one year. Nuclear-free – a phrase that in its simplicity carries a devastating message for the worldwide nuclear industry,...

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