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Catholic bishop joins calls for end to ‘fossil fuel addiction’ of...
Bishop Gerardo Alminaza expressed concerns about the detrimental impact of the planned fossil gas and plants and terminals in the Philippines
Sibuyan residents reiterate call for end to mining, hold prayer rally
The Catholic Diocese of Romblon assured that it remains steadfast in opposing harmful mining practices on Sibuyan Island
Rice for trash project gaining popularity in Quezon town
The townsfolk are urged to gather discarded materials such as plastic wrappers, shampoo sachets and other packaging materials
Heat wave blasts Southeast Asia – a likely pattern for the...
Record high temperatures scorch the region due to a mix of natural and human factors
Using Masungi slopes for prisons will destroy our homes, shops
Woodcutting, agriculture, land clearance, quarrying, waste dumping, or landfilling in the vicinity of Masungi geo-tourism park can ruin the limestone ridges
Anti-mining group questions gov’t’s readiness to regulate offshore mining
The government should halt seabed quarrying and offshore mining until further research is done on the environmental effects of these activities
Affected communities call for ban of toxic cargo in Verde Island...
Various groups have raised alarm over the high volume of fossil fuel and toxic cargo-carrying vessels allowed to ply critically biodiverse seas
Greenpeace urges Shell stockholders to stop supporting ‘climate destruction’
The green activist group called for a stop to all fossil fuel expansion and for companies to pay up for the economic and non-economic loss and damages caused by climate impacts
Asia-Pacific not ready to deal with climate-induced disasters, UN commission says
Six of the top 10 countries most affected by these disasters are in the Asia-Pacific region
Thailand chokes on pollution but greens struggle to be heard in...
Green movements have gained little traction with Thai voters