For the Philippines, as one of the nations that is most vulnerable to the climate crisis, the outcomes of COP26 are vital. However, the lack of transparency in the strategy and decision-making of the country’s delegation is becoming a major ...

While the world continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, world leaders and advocates are preparing for a high-stakes meeting at COP26 to address the climate crisis. ...

The aim of this project is to engage experienced journalists and editors in major news outlets in climate journalism across the Philippines. ...

Gain a deeper understanding of the media coverage of the energy transition in Southeast Asia! ...

The Masungi Geopark in Rizal province, the Philippines shows the world that it sometimes doesn't take much effort to restore a degraded forest; we just need to give room to let it heal itself. ...

Mamuyao farmers in Rizal province, the Philippines leaves the traditional slash-and-burn for forest restoration project in the area. ...

Tetragonula biroi, a stingless bee native to the Philippines, is being cultivated on a farm to both produce honey and pollinate coconut trees. ...

Communities in four Southeast Asian countries — Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia and the Philippines — have been leading efforts to protect and restore degraded forests and return their function of storing emissions amid the climate crisis. ...

A decade-old agribusiness in the Philippines is empowering organic farmers across Northern Luzon, while giving them a voice in pricing their crops. ...

The Philippines has all the law to allow the clean and just transition after the COVID-19 pandemic and a series of natural disasters. What is stopping it from becoming greener? ...