In our column Eleventh Hour this week at the Manila Bulletin, Pinoy Climate Reality Leader Roxanne Omega Doron wrote about our national hero, Jose Rizal, the environmental defenders featured in the documentary film Delikado, and their shared love for the environment.
The sheer number of local ordinances on single-use plastics means that there is a clamor for a national law that will comprehensively and effectively address them, advocates said during the second episode of Klima Ug Kalikupan, a joint webcast series by Cebu Technological University (CTU) and The Climate Reality Project Philippines.
Visayas Coordinator Paula Bernasor wrote why reconnecting with our environment and conserving biodiversity is essential when thinking about the world’s future.
In this month’s #RealiTalk, Pinoy Climate Reality Leader Paula Alcoseba delves into us how humanity’s actions are affecting the oceans and its ability to mitigate climate change.
Making Metro Cebu a bikeable, greener, and more sustainable city would entail more bicycle lanes, a better public transportation system, and an intensified efforts to raise awareness on environmental protection, experts said during the inaugural episode of Klima Ug Kalikupan, a joint webcast series by Cebu Technological University (CTU) and The Climate Reality Project Philippines.