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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"

COP28: to eliminate fossil fuels and save the planet

They fear the encroaching age of renewables and impede its growth. They have only invested a miserly one percent of renewables worldwide

Pope Francis to COP28: Environmental destruction is ‘an offense against God’

The pope called it “disturbing” that “global warming has been accompanied by a general cooling of multilateralism, a growing lack of trust

Vatican cancels Pope Francis’ trip to climate conference in Dubai, citing...

The Vatican indicated the Holy Father will still attempt to participate in the conference in some fashion.

Climate activists block Shell Terminal in protest ahead of COP28

Demonstrators urged President Marcos Jr. to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for the losses and damages experienced by communities

Green group condemns lifting of suspended reclamation projects in Manila Bay

According to Pasay City officials on November 27, these projects were deemed compliant with government regulations

PH wealthiest 1 % emits as much carbon as half of...

According to the report, excessive carbon emissions of the richest Filipinos are accountable for the 18, 584 deaths due to heat in 2019

Philippine groups hold ‘loss and damage’ forum in Haiyan’s ‘ground zero’ 

L&D refers to the post-disaster impacts on lives, living quality, assets, and property – all due to anthropogenic climate change

Post-apocalyptic reflections at ground zero

Our apocalyptical consciousness is not threatened with a paralyzing fear of catastrophe. It is a practical solidarity with the poor

SPOTLIGHT: Enchanted Gardens | Fermenting hope among leftovers

For the residents of San Antonio village, a bustling business district in Pasig City in the Philippine capital region, the 500-square-meter urban garden in...

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