Will he or won’t he?
What is Duterte’s brand of populism?This text is a small part of my literature review for my PhD thesis.
In his State of the Nation Address this year, President Duterte seemingly put importance on environmental issues, mentioning climate change, mining, adaptation, and disasters in his more than two-hour long … Continue reading Climate change in the year of Duterte
When I was in 7th grade studying in a very conservative Catholic school, I clearly remember one of my teachers telling our class, “Martial Law is good, it disciplines people. … Continue reading On the current martial law in Mindanao
Climate change affects everything on Earth — every plant and animal, every nation, every human being. But some parts of the world face climate change impacts far more and worse … Continue reading The Paris Agreement is the PHL’s chance for climate justice
*artwork by JB Casacop “Thou shalt not kill.” (Exodus 20:13) “Kill them all.” (Duterte 5.5.2015) “Thou shalt not kill.” (Deuteronomy 5:17) “If you know of any addicts, go ahead and … Continue reading Sorrowful Mysteries
On Monday, July 18, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said thathe will not honor the country’s commitments to the UN Paris agreement. The Philippines committed to an ambitious 70% emissions reduction … Continue reading 8 reasons why PH should honor UN climate commitments
The Philippines has elected a new presidentwhose slogan during his campaign was,“Change is coming.” But another change has come – climate change – something he seems to just easily brush … Continue reading IMHO What a Duterte presidency will mean for climate action in the Philippines