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Open call for creative expression for climate action: When Is Now?

Calling established and emerging poets, seasoned or aspiring climate advocates, or anyone willing to write about time, the planet, and diverse forms of life!

Join When Is Now?—an open, evolving call for creative expression to demand urgent climate action! It is an open collaboration that seeks to create interweaving lines of poetry into a web that stretches across the planet, asking “When?” and demanding “Now.”

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New study on climate anxiety: 8 out of 10 young people worried about climate change

Eight out of ten children and young people across the world are worried that climate change is threatening people and the planet.

Forty-five percent globally reported that their feelings towards the prevailing climate crisis are having negative impacts on daily functioning, which include eating, concentrating, work, school, sleeping, spending time in nature, playing, having fun, and dealing with relationships.

In the Philippines, this number went up to a worrying 75 percent, with the report recognizing that young people in the Global South are experiencing more severe climate anxiety—which is defined by the American Psychiatric Association as “a chronic fear of environmental doom.”

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Tackling waste through creativity, collaboration, and intergenerational action

Time is running out to save the world from the catastrophic impacts of climate change but there is no time for despair. Climate and environmental actions must continue if we want to ensure a livable planet for the generations to come.

This was communicated during the 15th episode of The Climate Reality Project Philippines’ Klimatotohanan webcast series entitled “Power Relay: Race to a Better Reality” by climate activists fighting for a just and accelerated clean energy transition in one of the world’s biggest polluting countries.

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Seasoned climate activists on the race to save the world: No time for despair

Time is running out to save the world from the catastrophic impacts of climate change but there is no time for despair. Climate and environmental actions must continue if we want to ensure a livable planet for the generations to come.

This was communicated during the 15th episode of The Climate Reality Project Philippines’ Klimatotohanan webcast series entitled “Power Relay: Race to a Better Reality” by climate activists fighting for a just and accelerated clean energy transition in one of the world’s biggest polluting countries.

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