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Despite this, your remaining years in office will now define how you will turn over our country to the next administration, whether or not it will be ready for great upheavals of weather made more intense by the warming of the seas.» Read More
Over 800 observers in the Warsaw climate talks, including members of Philippine climate groups, walked out of the negotiations yesterday over the lack of substantial progress in the negotiations, a day before they were set to end.
Aksyon Klima and the Peoples’ Movement on Climate Change represented Philippine civil society groups in the joint statement which was also signed by ActionAid, the Bolivian Platform on Climate Change, Construyendo Puentes (Latin America), Friends of the Earth (Europe), Greenpeace, Ibon International, the International Trade Union Confederation, LDC Watch, Oxfam International, the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance, and WWF.» Read More
Climate network Aksyon Klima Pilipinas urged ministers in the international climate talks to address loss and damage due to climate change.
The call came as the Group of 77 (developing countries) and China walked out of negotiations on loss and damage at 3:55 AM Warsaw time (almost 11 AM Manila time) over the draft negotiating text seen as insufficient in meeting the needs of developing and vulnerable countries.» Read More
Yolanda response: Climate group asks Congress to “review budget, “extend full-court climate defense”
MANILA, 13 November 2013 — Philippine climate network Aksyon Klima today challenged both chambers of Congress to “respond decisively to the Yolanda crisis by wielding the national budget to address both immediate relief efforts and the long-term ability of localities to adapt to the new normal of uncertainty.”» Read More
MANILA, 11 November 2013 – The outpouring of sympathy for the countries hit by super typhoon Haiyan should translate to substantial progress in the United Nations climate change conference opening today in Warsaw, according to Filipino climate activists.» Read More