Now that the call for a #ClimateEmergency declaration is making rounds in Congress, should we heave a sigh of relief?
Greenpeace Philippines today lauded the House of Representatives (HoR) for adopting resolutions supporting the call to declare a climate emergency.
Declaring a national climate emergency is now more urgent and necessary to determine what the government should prioritize to protect Filipinos from the…
We call on President Duterte to hold not just industrialized nations, but also fossil fuel corporations, responsible for their significant share in fueling the climate crisis.
Youth climate advocates from Bicol today called on the government to declare a national climate emergency following the devastation of Super Typhoon Rolly
Now is the time for the Philippine government to show true climate leadership by championing climate justice.
QUEZON CITY—The Department of Energy (DOE) on Tuesday declared a moratorium on endorsements for new coal power plants. Reacting on the development, Greenpeace Campaigner Khevin Yu said:
The latest waste importation scandal involving containers of plastic packaging and used face masks shows how richer countries, like the US, continue to prey on the Philippines’ loose regulations on…
Today, we called on the Philippine gov't to put climate action and climate disaster risk reduction (DRR) at the heart of its COVID recovery strategy.
A day after the President urged world leaders to act on the climate crisis, a new Greenpeace report revealed that the Philippines will not be able to reach its commitment…