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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"

Philippine Catholic bishops reject donations from mining, other ‘destructive’ industries

The bishops said policies to address the impacts of the climate crisis “should always place social and ecological justice at the forefront”

Church, green groups laud local gov’t’s order against dirty energy

The mayor of Tagkawayan signed an order promoting renewable energy projects “in a timeline compatible and aligned with the Paris Agreement"

Efforts to end the world’s reliance on coal face challenge in...

Deciding how nations divide the task of achieving climate targets under an accord reached in Paris in 2015 poses a major challenge

Green activists hit ADB’s energy transition mechanism for Philippines, Indonesia

Activists and civil society groups said ADB's proposed mechanism undermines “just energy transition” in the region

Green activists stage protest against ADB’s proposed new energy policy

The groups warned the bank that it will be missing the critical 1.5 Celsius climate goal should it approve the "fossil fuel-friendly draft"

‘Running out of time’: Asia struggles to kick coal addiction

Asia-Pacific accounts for about three-quarters of global coal consumption even as the region struggles with the impacts of global warming

Diocese of Lucena parish holds prayer rally to show opposition to...

The parish priest said the climate crisis "makes it clear that the use of coal and all other fossil fuels needs to end"

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