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World Bank slammed for locking developing countries into fossil fuels, heavy...

Despite its pledge to align its projects with the goals of the Paris Agreement, the World Bank is pouring US$379B in new gas infrastructure

Father Shay Cullen: How to save the Philippines and the planet

The dependence on coal, gas and oil has to be changed. This is the great challenge facing every government official of good conscience.

Climate activists urge ADB to stop financing all fossil fuel projects,...

The call was made as the multilateral bank held its 55th annual meeting at the bank’s headquarters in Manila this week

Green activists storm gas, LNG financiers, stakeholders meet in Manila

The Philippine Gas and LNG Investment Summit is the first of its kind in the country

Strong typhoon underscores need to abandon fossil fuels, green group says

Climate emergency is happening because the world 'continues to use fossil fuels ... despite warnings aired for decades'

Philippine climate campaigners urge China’s Xi to showcase renewable energy leadership

At the 2021 United Nations General Assembly, Xi made the policy announcement on coal projects, adding a pledge to deal with climate change

Climate activists call on corporations to stop financing fossil fuel projects

The climate crisis has driven the world to the brink of multiple “disastrous” tipping points

Green groups laud Philippine bank’s exit from coal financing

BDO Unibank Inc. recognizes that the banking sector plays a “critical role” in the country’s transition to a low-carbon economy

Consumer, green groups decry rising electricity rates

Greenpeace said the “financial maneuvering” over dirty energy plants “is clear evidence of our over-reliance on fossil fuels"

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

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