It was already December 12, a day after the Conference of Parties (COP) 21 was supposed to have closed in Le Bourget, France, and hundreds were anxiously waiting inside the … Continue reading So we made a deal with the planet, now what?
PARIS – As the 21st Conference of Parties (COP) begins in Paris, developing countries are ready to “go to battle” and ensure a strong climate agreement comes out in the … Continue reading 5 key COP21 issues Pinoys ought to look out for
MANILA – As negotiators around the world gather for what many expect to be a groundbreaking UN climate negotiating session, few may know that their meeting is being funded by … Continue reading IRONY IN PARIS CLIMATE TALKS | COP21 powered by coal
In Bonn, Germany, the fourth day of negotiations started with protesters chanting “Sekitan, Yamato, stop coal finance!” hitting on Japan, the world’s largest provider of coal finance. Between 2007 and … Continue reading Japan’s dirty coal in PH
The Philippines spoke strongly yesterday to insert human rights and gender rights in the negotiating text of the climate negotiations. This is in light of the frustrations from different countries … Continue reading PHL fights for human and gender rights in climate negotiations
CLIMATE TALKS PROTEST. Young climate activists stage a protest during the intersession at Bonn this week, a crucial negotiations before the Paris climate talks in December this year. Photo provided … Continue reading Facing the dangers of a warmer world