The Philippine Movement for Climate Justice and communities of Brgy. Lamao troop to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to protest the ill-effects of San Miguel Corporation and Petron Coal-Fired Power Plants in Limay, Bataan.
READ: The first-ever climate change-related complaint filed before the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman of World Bank against International Finance Corporation by the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice together with 19 coal affected sites in the Philippines.
"Could natural factors be the cause of the warming?"
"In theory, they could be. If the sun were to start putting out more radiation, for instance, that would definitely warm the Earth. But scientists have looked carefully at the natural factors known to influence planetary temperature and found that they are not changing nearly enough. The warming is extremely rapid on the geologic time scale, and no other factor can explain it as well as human emissions of greenhouse gases" ... See MoreSee Less