There is a growing interest in minimalism, thanks in part to Marie Kondo’s book “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up” and her KonMari method — a method of decluttering … Continue reading Minimalism Trend: Will it save the planet?
I think we could all agree that 2016 has not been the best of years. It has been, to say the least, a never ending cycle of shock, anger, and … Continue reading 10 Biggest Climate News of 2016
Around the world, women have been actively seeking solutions to climate change. For some, women are seen as weak and vulnerable, and it is no different when it comes to … Continue reading No Climate Justice Without Gender Justice
Hampered by the cloud of President-elect Donald Trump’s vow to lead the United States out of the landmark Paris pact on climate change, the &United Nations-sponsored 22nd Conference of Parties … Continue reading UN Marrakech Climate Talks End with Little Action
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Gina Lopez on Thursday decried the use of fossil fuels at the 22nd Conference of Parties (COP) during the second week of … Continue reading DENR Sec. to the world: Coal is ‘archaic’
Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi appears stuck in the past, with his insistence on using fossil fuels which literally comes from the dinosaur era, and in backing up the Bataan Nuclear … Continue reading Secretary Cusi is stuck in the past
The Department of Energy is opposing the move of the Philippines to ratify the Paris Agreement. In a letter signed by Secretary Alfonso Cusi, the DOE says that “upon extensive … Continue reading DOE: The Department of Dirty Energy?
MARRAKECH, Morocco – German Watch presented the Global Climate Risk Index analyzing who suffered most from extreme weather events in 2015 and 1996-2015 during the COP 22 on Tuesday, November … Continue reading PH one of 10 most vulnerable countries to climate change