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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

Greenpeace warns of something ‘fishy’ in Philippines’ ‘midnight nuclear deals’

The Philippines and the US signed an MOU that aims to boost cooperation on developing the Philippines’ nuclear energy program

Green activists call on Philippine gov’t to stop playing with dirty...

Greenpeace says nuclear power will not solve the climate crisis, saying that the nuclear power plant life cycle contributes to climate change

Pag-iwas ng CBCP sa maruming enerhiya, panalo ang mundo

Kailangang bumuo at pagandahin ang kooperasyon ng mga Katolikong institusyon at mga eksperto sa paggawa ng likas-kayang pamumuhunan

Bishop invites financial institutions to heed call of Philippine Church leaders

Bishop Alminaza said majority of Philippine banks found to have been linked to coal and fossil gas companies and projects “remain mum"

Faith-based groups challenge Catholic bishops ‘to walk the talk’ on new...

The PMPI said that the bishops’ pastoral statement is “a challenge to themselves, as a Church … more than a guideline to the community"

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