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Indigenous peoples group applauds UN Expert’s call for urgent reforms in...

Fry's findings “should further amplify the alarming trend of criminalization, terrorist-tagging and attacks against IPs worldwide”.

Dapat ipasa sa Kongreso ang batas kontra sa loss and damage

Ang pagsasabatas ng KLIMA bill ay isang malaking hakbang sa pagsusulong ng mga Pilipino ng hustisyang pangklima at masigurong walang maiiwan

IN PHOTOS: Filipino climate activists mark 10th year of deadly typhoon 

Super typhoon Haiyan was considered as the “deadliest case of extreme weather” which claimed more than 6,000 lives

Backgrounder on Laudate Deum and what it means for COP28

Pope Francis' Laudate Deum begins by making clear that the climate crisis is a moral concern of the utmost importance

Asian activists hit proposal to place loss and damage fund under...

The proposal is seen as a contradiction to the original purpose of the fund and overlooks the historical context for its establishment

The legacy of colonialism: Reflections from Bonn climate summit

The burden should never be on developing countries, but on the developed world to prevent the climate crisis from becoming worse

Church leaders call for compensation and climate justice

Many in the hard-hearted rich industrial countries refuse to admit and accept their responsibility and liability

Young Filipinos submit letter on climate justice at COP27

It is the first time that Filipino youths were able to submit their declaration in person since COP22 in Morocco

People’s movements across Asia call for ‘climate and economic justice’

“We demand from COP 27 and the G20 summit the delivery of adequate, grants-based, and accessible climate finance"

Philippines hit for ‘empty climate rhetoric,’ urged to end to attacks...

The government should provide protection for environmental defenders and hold climate polluters accountable for “destructive acts”

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