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Caritas Philippines demands nationwide ban on reclamation, seabed quarrying

Church leaders stressed that the country needs “concrete action to protect our bay and the communities that depend on it.” 

Pro-environment groups ask CA to review Ombudsman’s decision on Kaliwa Dam...

Montallana said the public officials “must be held accountable” for the cutting of trees and the destruction of the mountain

IN PHOTOS: Catholics rally against mining in E. Samar

Varquez asserted, "Mining poses a threat to the environment, and there is scant evidence of responsible mining practices in the Philippines."

PHOTOS: Fisherfolk rally against Manila Bay’s environmental neglect

The demonstrators are holding DENR accountable for not revoking environmental permits of 22 reclamation projects in Manila Bay

Pontifical universities offer English online course on Integral Ecology

The Joint Diploma in Integral Ecology was initially launched in 2016 but is now being offered for the first time in English

How the fossil fuel elites promote global warming

Fossil fuel proponents were able to influence a change in the words of the final statement of the COP28 national delegates

IN PHOTOS: Dying timberland contributes to temperature rise

The push for renewable energy should be people-centered and must protect the Rights of Nature and the wellbeing of the vulnerable communities

‘Let us choose life! Let us choose the future!’ 

It is historic. After 28 years of talking, this is the first time all nations agreed to end the era of fossil fuels, oil, gas, and coal

Indigenous territories battling unprecedented rise in land conflicts, report says

The report highlighted the consequences of insufficient progress in the recognition and protection of ancestral domains

Pope Francis urges immediate climate action at COP28

"The destruction of the environment is not only a personal sin but also a structural one, posing a severe threat to all human beings"

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