The past few days in the 2016 Bonn climate negotiations has seen a heated discussion over whether or not private companies should be allowed to participate as observers in the … Continue reading Should Private Companies be allowed in Climate Negotiations?
Given the overwhelming and seemingly almost uncontrollable amount of greenhouse gases pouring into the world’s atmosphere, it is starting to seem impossible to meet the 1.5C rise limit in temperatures … Continue reading Global Climate Change: Impossible Goals?
BONN, Germany – The Philippines announced on Wednesday, May 18, during the third day of climate negotiations that it will review and revise its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) to align … Continue reading PH to revise UN climate pledges to align with 1.5-degree target
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
BONN, Germany – The climate intersessional negotiations began on May 16 as countries prepare for the 22nd Conference of Parties (COP) in Marrakech, Morocco in November. During the plenary early … Continue reading Post Paris: PHL, other countries call for higher ambition for planet
On April 1, the Philippines was shocked by violence in Kidapawan City, the capital of Cotabato Province, where police opened fire on farmers protesting and asking for rice, killing three … Continue reading Opinion: Climate Change and Violence
The government appears to ignore the growing clamor to end the use of coal in the Philippines. It continues to justify coal investments to the country’s growing economy and the … Continue reading Breaking Free from Coal
This is how they silence a woman: first they tell you to shut up — because you are a woman and have nothing important to say. And if that doesn’t … Continue reading This is how they silence a woman