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When will Filipinos listen to the cries around them?

It is impossible to implement effective climate and environmental action without taking into account social justice

Faith-based group reiterates call on financial institutions to say ‘goodbye to...

The Rizal Commercial Banking Corp., or RCBC, has announced that it is planning to abandon coal financing by 2031

Faith-based green group backs Robredo candidacy

The group said it chooses to be "part of the ‘critical mass’ that acts and interacts to affect societal change and achieve the common good"

Faith-based group calls for transport reform amid oil price hike

Living Laudato Si Philippines called for an “efficient, people-centered, and environment-friendly” transportation system

Philippine Laudato si’ initiative to launch prayer drive for environment

Living Laudato Si’ Philippines will launch a 40-day prayer campaign on Monday, October 4, Feast of St. Francis

Green groups slam proposal to rebrand waste-to-energy facilities as ‘renewables’

In a draft circular, the energy department proposed to reclassify WTE facilities as “baseload renewable energy” sources

Mahal na puhunan o pagmamahal ang puhunan?

Kapag mahal mo ang isang tao, iniisip mong siya ang nararapat para sa iyo. Pero paano kung nasasaktan ka na nang hindi mo nalalaman?

Watch: A journey of integral ecology at every level of society

Laudato si' Philippines aims to create "a grassroots popular movement for the care of our common home”

500-step stairway rises in Romblon to mark 500 years of Christianity...

The open-air sacred space will be a center of reflection and learning on ecological spirituality and sustainable actions for the care of creation

First ‘living chapel’ in Asia rises in central Philippines

The "open-air chapel" was built by the faithful of Santo Niño parish on Sibuyan island under the ecclesiastical territory of Romblon

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