[From the web] The Coal Death March: Limay, Bataan’s Case for Climate Justice -by Beatrice Tulagan, ClimateStories.ph

The Coal Death March: Limay, Bataan’s Case for Climate Justice by Beatrice Tulagan, ClimateStories.ph Once upon a time, there was a fifty-seven-year-old grandmother with kind eyes. She was loved dearly in her community for leading the charge against a coal stockpile in her neighborhood. In her spare time, she manned her family’s karaoke bar and…

[Press Release] Climate Justice Group and Sariaya communities oppose the construction of San Miguel Corporation 600 MW coal-fired facility -PMCJ

Climate Justice Group and Sariaya communities oppose the construction of San Miguel Corporation 600 MW coal-fired facility (April 30, 2018, Sariaya, Quezon). On what has been a people power action, the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ) with the residents and barangay officials of the Barangays San Roque, Castanas and Talata Aplaya, civil society groups…

[Press Release] NGOs say NO to coal financiers JICA and Bank of Tokyo MUFJ

NGOs say NO to coal financiers JICA and Bank of Tokyo MUFJ http://world.350.org/…/press-re…/no-to-btmu-and-jica-at-gcf/ SONGDO, July 5, 2017 — Today, 8 Japanese NGOs and an international coalition of civil society groups urged the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board to reject applications for accreditation from the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).…

[Press Release] Climate Justice Group welcomes Climate Change Commission Resolution Challenges Incoming President Duterte for Sweeping Reforms in Energy Sector -PMCJ

Climate Justice Group welcomes Climate Change Commission Resolution Challenges Incoming President Duterte for Sweeping Reforms in Energy Sector Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), a nationwide climate justice coalition expressed its appreciation for the latest Climate Change Commission resolution calling for the review of the Philippine energy policy and harmonization of regulation on new and…

[Event] MinesWEEPerr: A Forum on Mining and Climate Justice -UPCSSC/SPARK/PMPI

MinesWEEPerr: A Forum on Mining and Climate Justice on January 23, 2-5pm, at the NIGS Auditorium (National Institute on Geological Sciences) This event is co-presented by UP College of Science Student Council SPARK – Samahan ng Progresibong Kabataan Philippine Misereor Partnership Incorporated In partnership with Iuvenis Orbis Geological Fraternity UP Geological Society UP Geology Majors’…

[Press Release] Ahead of the Paris summit, Filipinos join the Global Climate March to demand climate justice

Ahead of the Paris summit, Filipinos join the Global Climate March to demand climate justice MANILA, 28 November 2015 – Around 10,000 advocates representing climate-impacted communities, religious groups, youth, labor unions, anti-coal and renewable energy campaigners, and other concerned citizens took to the streets to join the Global Climate March on the weekend before the…

[Press Release] Filipino Youth in fear of a Possible Doomsday with a No Deal Scenario in Paris, held a Funeral March at the Climate Justice Rally -DAKILA

Filipino Youth in fear of a Possible Doomsday with a No Deal Scenario in Paris, held a Funeral March at the Climate Justice Rally Thousands of Filipinos marched for climate justice today, March 28, and converged at the Quezon City Memorial Circle. Broad groups of social movements, religious groups, trade unions, farmers, urban poor and…

[Press Release] Caravan against coal energy reaches Manila; requests dialogue with PNoy

Caravan against coal energy reaches Manila; requests dialogue with PNoy Various coal-affected communities sail to Malacanang to demand cancellation of all coal projects 300 residents of coal-affected communities from Luzon and Visayas staged protests in government offices and in Malacanang as they ended their five-day caravan on November 27 urging the government to stop all…

[Literary] Empty Basket?! by Kalayaan

Empty Basket?! by Kalayaan This is Earth- life bearing planet in universe Which can only sustain life forms and hone? this our home, shaped like a spherical dome where our ancestors from million years was born; lived in harmony with among other creatures traversing seas that connects huge continent Flowing Nile River overflowed with jaded…

[Campaign] Support for the March For Climate Justice Activity on November 28 by participating in our thunderclap campaign -ATM

Support for the March For Climate Justice Activity on November 28 by participating in our thunderclap campaign Good day everyone! We would like to ask for your support for the March For Climate Justice Activity on November 28 by participating in our thunderclap campaign. Thunderclap is a “crowdspeaking” platform that lets individuals and companies rally…

[Event] March for Climate Justice Pilipinas -ECOJIM

March for Climate Justice For the past several years the Philippines has been battered by one mega-typhoon after another, a phenomenon that has rendered it as among nations that are ‘most vulnerable” to the impacts of climate change. The stakes are high. The opportunity for change has never been brighter, the risks of inaction never…

[Event] ECO-WALK 2015 by ECOJIM

ECO-WALK 2015 ECOJIM Vote for this event for the 5th HR Pinduteros’ Choice Awards… ECO-WALK is our concrete response to Pope Francis’ invitation to care for our common home which is the main theme of a national conference on integrity of creation, human rights and climate justice at Asilo de San Vicente de Paul. This…

[Press Release] Advocates for Climate Justice Strongly Decry Aquino Administration’s reaction to UN Special Rapporteur’s Report on Yolanda IDPs -PMCJ

Advocates for Climate Justice Strongly Decry Aquino Administration’s reaction to UN Special Rapporteur’s Report on Yolanda IDPs The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), comprised of 103 member organizations from different sectors across the nation, welcomes the July 31 statement of the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights of internally displaced persons, Chaloka Beyani, but…

[Statement] ECCs for coal, blood on AQUINO’s hands -PMCJ

ECCs for coal, blood on AQUINO’s hands, groups say Call for ECC Moratorium, Environmental and Social Audits Pushed Just recently, the threat to humans lives of coal mining and coal power plants has proved its imminence. Another 10 workers have died due to the collapse of an open-pit coal mining of DMCI Holdings in Panian,…