The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ) is a broad movement consisting of 103 national networks/alliances and local organizations representing basic sectors, grassroots communities, the marginalized and most vulnerable, including women, indigenous peoples, fisher folk and coastal communities, farmers and rural communities, forest communities, formal and informal workers, environmental groups, urban poor, and others in the Philippines that aims to lead the joint struggles, campaigns and actions in putting forward the climate justice framework as a fundamental element of solving the climate crisis.
WE, the delegates to the National People’s Conference on Coal and Renewable Energy, representing, [Read more]
Residents of coal affected communities in Limay, Bataan turn their ire to the gate of DENR National Office when officials of the Department didn't bother to face them to shed light on the real status of the set of demands they submitted last February 6, 2017 to Usec. Art Valdez. ... See MoreSee Less