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Climate Reality PH, DepEd launch Experts Explain Videos on Climate Change and Sustainability

The Climate Reality Project Philippines, led by its Youth Cluster, in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd) Disaster Risk Reduction Management Service and youth-led environmental group Wavefarers, released yesterday the first installment of its Experts Explain Series, which featured Climate Reality Leader and House Deputy Speaker Loren Legarda discussing “Climate Change 101” for Filipino students.

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#RealiTalk: Pride Month with Amiel Lopez

This year’s Pride Month is celebrated yet again against the backdrop of the worsening climate crisis.

Thus, in this month’s #Realitalk feature, we wish to bring forward real stories of how the impacts of climate change compounds the struggles of sexual and gender minorities in the country.

Thankfully, Climate Reality Leader Amiel Lopez graciously accepted our invitation to share his lived experiences, insights, and truths as a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community and as a climate advocate.

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Blog Post

Policy Brief–Developing the National Bicycle Policy

As the economy gradually opens up amid the pandemic, Filipinos keenly anticipate whether many of the “old normal” conditions will still hold true or whether new developments will prevail in the “new normal.” One of the challenges that would probably still be present would be the traffic situation. It is therefore an opportune time for the government to assess what it needs to continue doing, what it needs to stop doing and what it needs to start doing in addressing the issue of traffic.

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Blog Post

World Youth Says: “In the face of common anxiety, we are all not immune.”

On Earth Day, 40 country leaders connected through a video conference for the “Leaders Summit on Climate.” It was different from G7 or G20 meetings for big countries and different from ASEAN or APEC for regional countries. Leaders who stood out in this conference and received much attention were not only from the traditionally powerful countries but also from countries such as Bangladesh, East Timor, Gabon, Paraguay, and more that are not well-known internationally or strong economically.

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