PMCJ PRESS STATEMENT
PMCJ Press Release on Pres. Duterte’s statement on Paris Agreement
President Duterte is right in asserting Rich Countries Historical Responsibility but must keep Paris Agreement, Climate Justice group asserts
The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice, the largest climate justice group in the Philippines supports President Duterte’s statement that rich countries must face up to the climate crisis they have caused. “The president is actually invoking historical responsibility enshrined in United Nations Climate Change Convention,” argues Mr. Ian Rivera, the National Coordinator of Philippine Movement for Climate Justice.
JUSTICE FOR GLORIA CAPITAN, STOP THE KILLING OF CLIMATE JUSTICE ACTIVISTS !.
The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice urges everyone to demand justice for Gloria Capitan by signing on to the statement. Please circulate to your network. We will consolidate all the signatures next week to present to the following:
President Rodrigo R.Duterte, President of the Republic of the Philippines PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa, Chief of the Philippine National Police Chairperson Chito Gascon, Philippine Commission of Human Rights Secretary Regina Lopez, Department of the Environment and Natural Resources
Climate Justice Group Challenges Presumptive President Duterte’s 8-Point Agenda with Urgent Peoples’ Demands on Climate Change. The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ) challenges Presumptive President Duterte to make true to his promise of “change is coming” when he was still campaigning for the highest post. With only a matter of formality, Mayor Duterte will step in as the 16th President of the Philippine Republic come July 01, 2016.Read More!
A President with deep commitment to address Climate Change. As the Filipino People commemorates Earth Day today, our planet, according to the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has already breached the 400 parts per million.
Piglas Batangas! Piglas Pilipinas!.Panahon na upang ang sangkatauhan ay lumaya mula sa nakamamatay at mapanirang pinagmumulan ng enerhiya tulad coal. Amin po kayong inaanyayahan na sumama sa kilos protesta na gagawin sa ika-4 ng Mayo sa Batangas City upang ating ipahayag
Catholic leaders help launch anti-coal drive in Luzon. Aaron Pedrosa, heads of the energy working group of the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice, acknowledged the need to organize people on the ground “who are at the frontlines of resistance against coal.”
The event on April 12 was part of build-up activities leading to a 10,000-strong mobilization on May 4 that will call for a stop to the building of a 600-megawatt coal plant in Batangas City.Other protest activities are also scheduled until May 15 in countries like Indonesia, Nigeria, Brazil, the United States, Germany, and Australia. Read More!