By Chuck Baclagon
Struggle is the tension between hope and desperation. It best describes the plight of the many who have gotten a glimpse of climate change’s destructive onslaught already felt by countries like the Philippines.
By Bradley Cardozo
On October 19, 2016, Super Typhoon Lawin wrought widespread devastation to infrastructures and agriculture in northern Luzon, displacing tens of thousands of people and killing eight while causing billions of pesos in damage. A Categ…
Almost a week has passed and we are still reeling. The sunburn has started to peel off, and the calloused soles of our feet have begun to heal. And yet the days of walking went on, as well as the constant singing of Tayo Tayo, and the mental picture of the thousands of people came
Bringing the demands of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) victims to New York City at the People’s Climate March (PCM), a leader of the Yolanda victims and supporters’ alliance People Surge sought to bring to the world’s attention the continuing social, environmental