Yang is an award-winning undergraduate in the journalism programme at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. In September, Yang won an award from the Philippine’s national Department of Science of Technology (DOST) institute. In the professional category, Yang placed third in the Outstanding Media Practitioner for S&T Reporting at the DOST Bantog: Science for the People Award.
Caleb is the founder of the nonprofit Earth Plus, an associate at a leading law firm in Nigeria, a freelance journalist published in The Guardian as well as other newspapers, a Fellow of the Barrack Obama Young African Leaders Initiative, and was named in 2016 by the United Nations Alliance of Civilisation (UNAOC) as one of 20 Young Peacebuilders in West Africa. This year, he was announced the winner of the Environmental/Moral Leadership Category of the Junior Chamber International Nigeria.
Allyn May Canja is a law student and freelance writer. This year, she was part of a Climate Tracker fellowship in the Philippines, where she is writing a four-part series on energy democracy for the Ilo Ilo Metropolitan Times.
This week, we highlight pieces at The Nation that lead the way in the most informative and up-to-date climate reporting. Vietnam News also writes some powerful news pieces on climate change and global warming, while a piece at New Naratif laments Indonesia’s progress on climate goals.
For the first time, loss and damage now features prominently in the draft text of the Paris Agreement. But does this really mean progress?
Farmers, fishermen, and activists today gathered outside of the UN Conference Centre in Bangkok, as negotiators reach the finishing line of the Climate Change Conference.
PHOTOS: Climate Tracker spoke to delegates from different countries about how climate change is affecting their country. This is what they said.