Indigenous youths keep ancient forestry traditions alive in the Philippines
In the southern Philippines’ Misamis Oriental province, Indigenous Higaonon practice a forest management tradition known as panlaoy.
Shell, ExxonMobil, Chevron & BP could be legally & morally liable...
Climate activists have hailed the decision as a landmark victory for climate justice.
Carbon majors can be held liable for human rights violations, Philippines...
“Across the world, people and communities have taken to the streets and used strategic litigation to demand climate justice, and these movements can only grow.”
Elections in the era of charismatic politics
Authoritarian governments have tried to rig elections for ages. More dangerous are the far-right leaders concentrating their power by relatively fair elections.
8 world cities that could be underwater as oceans rise
"These global metropolises may look strong and stable, but it is a mirage. As sea levels rise, they are increasingly under threat and under water."
Why women from Asia are confronting US fracking: Oil extraction equals...
“If we are going to stop plastic we need to stop plastic where it starts.”
Legalizing divorce: A battle between church and state in the Philippines
The Instituting Absolute Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage in the Philippines Act is being condemned by the Catholic Church citing "social costs" as a result of the bill.
The bloodstained rise of global populism
A political movement’s violent pursuit of “enemies.”
From Norway to Peru, U.S. to Philippines, a Tsunami of Activists...
The cases currently in court will only see breakthroughs if supplemented with the strength of the global climate movement at large.
Three Journalists Murdered within Two Weeks
"The murder of three journalists in two weeks shows how the lack of progress in ending impunity has emboldened those bent on silencing the press in the Philippines." Will their killers be brought to justice?
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