Home Tags Dirty energy

Tag: dirty energy

Pamahalaan, hinimok ng obispo na talikuran ang pamumuhunan sa fossil gas

Iginiit ni Bishop Alminaza na lumilikha ang Negros Island ng malaking kapasidad ng malinis na enerhiya

Climate campaigners protest Japan’s promotion of ‘false solutions’ to climate crisis

The protesters called on the Japanese government and corporations to stop financing fossil fuels

Green activists ask Environment department to stop tree-cutting in Batangas

The Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development claimed that the tree-cutting activities were done by proponents of LNG projects

Greenpeace, activists hit Supreme Court ruling approving Meralco’s staggered power rate...

“The latest development further exposes the consequences of Meralco and other energy corporations’ dependence on fossil fuels”

Marcos urged to listen to communities affected by coal-fired power plants

“He should involve the communities and civil society, including the academe, in making an educated decision”

Climate activists protest Japanese financial institution’s support for fossil fuel projects

Climate activists call on Japan's SMBC to plug the "numerous loopholes in its coal sector policies"

Climate activists call on Asian Development Bank to stop funding fossil...

Among multilateral development banks, ADB stands out as one of the biggest lenders to the region's fossil fuel-dominated energy sector

Earth Day 2022: Residents protest plan to build new fossil gas,...

Activists said the development of the projects will be “at the cost of the richness of the [area] and all livelihood dependent on it”

Philippine frontline communities demand higher air standards, end to use of...

Greenpeace said the best way to address the air pollution from the energy sector is to transition to renewable energy sources

Presidential aspirants urged to ditch fixation on dirty energy sources

P4P blamed fossil fuel companies for failing to provide reliable power services and triggering rising electricity bills

Support LiCAS.news

We work tirelessly each day to tell the stories of those living on the fringe of society in Asia and how the Church in all its forms - be it lay, religious or priests - carries out its mission to support those in need, the neglected and the voiceless.
We need your help to continue our work each day. Make a difference and donate today.

Latest