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Philippine green activists welcome pledge to set up ‘Loss and Damage...
The deal is a "cornerstone of a new and long-overdue fund to deliver vital support to vulnerable countries and communities"
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
UN chief says stop ‘blame game’ at deadlocked climate talks
Guterres said there was "clearly a breakdown in trust" between developed and emerging economies
The poor and the planetary crisis
The continuing effects of the climate crisis must end, and poverty must be holistically addressed
Environmental activists urge Marcos to stop mining, reclamation of lands, killings
“It is important for everyone to get on board in championing climate justice, from the president down to ordinary folk”
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
Indigenous campaigners at COP27 channel ‘spirit’ of nature
Small-scale demonstrations have demanded climate justice, including more urgent action to protect the Amazon
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"
Pope expresses hope COP27 to ‘foster … concrete commitment to care...
COP27 entered its final week with rich carbon polluters and developing nations at loggerheads over how to fund reductions in emissions
Climate crisis hits poor countries hardest
Greater harm is coming to the Philippines as the planet grows warmer and temperatures increase and rural areas become poorer
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