Clean energy advocates from the Diocese of Lucena’s Ecology Ministry, Tanggol Kalikasan Inc., 350 Pilipinas, the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice and community representatives from Sariyaya and Pagbilao, Quezon voice their concern for the Quezon Provincial Board’s unquestioning support for San Miguel Corporation’s proposed coal power projects.
2018: Together we are stronger
People are the heart of the climate movement. Today we celebrate the power of people as we look back at the work we did in 2018 as we stood in solidarity with communities in their fight for climate justice and for a fossil-free future.
Paying It Forward
Typhoon Haiyan survivors from the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities RE-Serve Corps, provided a TekPak assembly workshop to residents of Typhoon Mangkhut impacted community representatives from the province of Cagayan.
1.5 means survival
Following the release of the IPCC – Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change, report a teach in was conducted among climate groups and networks to understand the implimcations of the report’s findings to their local climate campaigns.
TekPaks on St. Francis Day
Pets took center stage at Malate Catholic Church’s celebration of St. Francis Day, where 350 Pilipinas also set up a photo booth and solar charging station to highlight the role of modular renewable energy technology like the TekPaks, portable solar power system that provides a sustainable, renewable ￼response to power communications, lighting, medical and other energy needs.
Bataan: Life in ashes
350 Pilipinas volunteers bore witness to the plight of a community where San Miguel Global Power’s 600-megawatt coal plant stands no more than 500 meters away from a fisherfolk community in Limay, Bataan.
Remember, remember the 21st of September
On the occasion of the 46th anniversary of Ferdinand Marcos’ imposition of martial law, 350 Pilipinas joined the United People’s Action against tyranny, to protest the current regime’s oppressive reign over the Philippines.
Rise For Climate, Justice & Integrity of Creation
Last September 8, 2018 the Philippines took part in one of the 900+ actions in 95 countries. People everywhere rose up to tackle climate change and show our leaders how to build a fossil free world.
#RiseForClimate: Virtual March
People are rising up around the world to demand real climate leadership from all levels of government. The virtual march is our way of showing how people everywhere are committed to a fast and fair transition to 100% renewable energy for all.
Season of Creation 2018: Rise for Renewable Energy
Atimonan, Quezon welcomed the start of the Season of Creation with an ecumenical prayer walk against dirty energy, led by Atimonan Catholic Church who are leading the struggle against a proposed coal plant in their community by setting up solar panels to power their church.
Dinosaurs & QR Codes
Garbed in T-Rex costumes, 350 Pilipinas volunteers went around Manila to call on the public to join the upcoming Rise For Climate actions that will be happening on September.
Rise For Climate: Evolve Beyond Coal
Garbed in t-rex costumes 350 Pilipinas charged three of the largest coal plant operators in the Philippines for their continued peddling of dated fossil fuels like coal.
350 Pilipinas stood and marched in solidarity with the broad forces that spoke truth to power in the streets, while Duterte delivered his 3rd State of the Nation Address.
350 PIlipinas unfurled “Go Fossil-Free” banners around Metro Manila, building up to the Rise for Climate mobilizations across 5 continents ahead of the Global Climate Action Summit in September.
Asian Development Bank: Stop funding dirty energy
Climate justice and energy transformation activists staged a protest at the Asian Development Bank Headquarters in Manila, Philippines on its Annual Governors Meeting, bearing signs that call for the international financial institution to “Stop Funding Dirty Energy.”
Go Beyond the Hour! Go Fossil-Free!
Climate activists and faith communities converge to observe Earth Hour in Malate Church using Solevolt and TekPak solar power systems to light the celebration with a call to go beyond the hour by going fossil-free.
TekPaks for Climate Action.
The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities through its RE-Charge Pilipinas project recently trained 350 PH volunteers to become Solar Scholars. We assembled our very own TekPak, a portable solar generator that can be used for emergencies and climate action.
EDSA 32: Go Not Gently Into The Night
On the eve of the 32nd anniversary of the People Power Revolution 350 Pilipinas went to EDSA Shrine call on Filipinos to ‘rage’ against injustice and tyranny.
Atimonan: Bearing Witness, Lighting Hope
The proposed Atimonan coal power project is a glaring example of how the Philippines is needlessly and dangerously over-dependent on coal.
2017: A year of resistance
Highlights from 350 Pilipinas’ campaign work for 2017.