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Communities in Mindoro employ art to ‘memorialize’ their struggle against oil...

AG Saño, a renowned Filipino artist and environmental activist, designed the mural in collaboration with local art communities

Caritas Philippines ends ‘Season of Creation’ with calls for climate action,...

"We want to stress the need to defend the environment from these destructive projects and hold the plunderers accountable,” said Bagaforo

Calapan bishop calls for protection of ‘biodiversity hotspot’

Defending the passage is a significant step toward healing the wounded planet and building a just and sustainable world for future generations

Green group lauds suspension of Manila Bay reclamation, raises concern over...

Environment secretary Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga told reporters that all 22 reclamation projects in Manila are under review and are suspended

Filipino priest urges European banks to protect ‘Amazon of the oceans’

The priest called on banking institutions to refrain from lending, underwriting, and investing in Shell and the conglomerate San Miguel

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

Green group seeks urgent action on oil spill to protect Verde...

The Protect VIP campaign network said the incident must serve as an “eye opener” to the neglect the Verde Island Passage has long suffered

Green groups unveil mural calling for protection of Verde Island Passage

The 1.14 million hectare passage is extremely rich in marine biodiversity, the richest area in the entire Coral Triangle

Earth Day 2022: Residents protest plan to build new fossil gas,...

Activists said the development of the projects will be “at the cost of the richness of the [area] and all livelihood dependent on it”

Green group calls for probe into fossil gas projects over alleged...

CEED alleged that the proponents of the fossil gas projects “have cleared vegetation in their adjacent project sites” without permits

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