With four typhoons ravaging the Philippines in less than a month, we demand accountability from global leaders and the national government.
Filipino youth lead the battle against the climate crisis!
Mga lingkod bayan, tinawag kayong mga lingkod bayan sa iisang dahilan — ang paglingkuran ang bayan at hindi ang kung anupaman. May utang kayo sa bayan.
Kabataan, lumaban kasama ng bayan. Imulat mo ang iyong kamalayan bilang mamamayan.
To the San Miguel Corporation, how dare you claim as one of your values that you are “good neighbors”? The farmers and fisherfolk that are being displaced and harassed by your projects can all attest to this lie. How could you claim to be “advocates of sustainable development,” whileContinue reading “Dirty Energy is Dirty in More Ways Than One”
The Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines strongly condemns the terror-tagging and intimidation of our land and environmental defenders in Calaca, Batangas. We call for the immediate release of #Calaca6.
We demand from the Duterte administration to focus on addressing serious gaps in their COVID-19 pandemic response and working towards a greener and better normal, instead of prioritizing militaristic responses such as the Anti-Terror Act of 2020.
As climate activists, we must call to #JunkTerrorBillNow! The Philippines is already known to be the most dangerous country in the world for environment defenders, the Anti-Terrorism Bill will only make it easier to encroach upon the rights of our environment defenders and anyone who shows dissent against the government.
The environmental struggle cannot be separated from the different struggles happening today. There can be no climate or environmental justice without social justice. Let us continue to stand united in the face of the challenges of our times and reclaim our democratic spaces so we can all take part in building a system that puts people over profit and defends our environment defenders; a society where climate justice is the new normal.
Workers are the foundation of the future national industries of the Philippines, they, along with the youth, are at the forefront of the battle for our future; we must continue struggling together for climate and social justice.
Today, we raise our voices to appeal for rational actions to avoid even more disastrous effects of climate change by changing our current profit-driven economic system to a more sustainable one that caters the needs of the people and the environment.