Author: PMCJ

The sun is setting on coal

“However, the Philippines is lagging behind the rest of the world when it comes to acknowledging risk in the cost of capital. Whilst finance for coal plants may be available at an artificially low...

Call for Interns

The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), the largest climate justice group in the country, is looking for interns currently finishing their degree in the following: • Library and Information Studies • Economics •...

More ‘change’ needed for environment, Green Thumb Coalition says

Green Thumb Coalition— widest network of environmental and climate justice groups assessed President Rodrigo Duterte’s First Six Months! MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte and his administration have made unprecedented advances in environmental protection...

SIGN-ON STATEMENT ON THE 2017 ENERGY MIX

Read the statement below and if you want to participate in this initiative, kindly comment your name and/or your organization. Deadline of signing is until December 23, 2016. *** “We, civil society groups, environmental...

A Primer on how to phase out coal

Take a look at this briefer drafted by the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice about the coal issues in the country. Read it in full screen mode. #CoalIsNotTheAnswer #CoalExit https://issuu.com/climatejusticeph/docs/a_primer_on_how_to_phase_out_coal

#CoalIsNotTheAnswer

The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice troop down to the National Office of the Department of Energy early today as part of our national protest #CoalIsNotTheAnswer. As of this afternoon, the department secretary’s chief-of-staff...