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.
Human Rights Day 2017
Climate activists and environmentalists took the streets to sound the alarm over the worsening human rights situation in the Philippines.
Every turn of the wheel is a revolution
350 Pilipinas joined thousands of bikers for the 18th Tour of the Fireflies a a critical mass ride around Metro Manila that advocates non-motorized transportation as a solution to air pollution and climate change.
Typhoon Hainan 4 years later
Climate activists and impacted communities held a vigil in Manila to commemorate the landfall of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines 4 years ago. With a call for urgent climate action to the leaders meeting at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Frontline truths: Philippines
The world’s nations are meeting in Bonn, Germany for the 23rd annual “conference of the parties” (COP) under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. 350 Pilipinas volunteers are speaking about why strong climate action is needed to prevent dangerous global warming.
Fury over coal finance
Climate justice activists held a protest action in front of the JP Morgan’s corporate office in Manila to call for the multinational bank to stop funding coal and dirty energy.
Climate justice activists slam coal financiers
Climate justice activists, held a concerted action today at the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Ayala Triangle to protest the Ayala-controlled bank’s planned financing of a new coal-fired power plant in Atimonan, Quezon.
National Day of Protest in the Philippines
Widespread protests commemorated the 45th anniversary of Ferdinand Marcos’ declaration of Martial Law.
Climate activists from 350.org Pilipinas unfurl a banner that reads “Asians Unite: Resist Rexx” in different landmarks in Manila on August 6, 2017.
We Fight Because We Remember
Climate activists from 350.org Pilipinas pay tribute to slain anti-coal activist Gloria Capitan of Bataan, who was gunned down exactly a year ago (July 1, 2016), the same day President Rodrigo Duterte was sworn into office. Her two assassins remain unidentified until today.
Climate change knows no borders
Activists from 350 Pilipinas picketed the Vietnamese Embassy in Manila, to urge the their government to cancel the plan to put up the 2,800-megawatt Long An power station in Long An province, Vietnam to protect their people, their environment, and the climate.
Piglas Batangas! Piglas Pilipinas!
Thousands of anti-coal activists from different groups march around Batangas City culminating outside a gymnasium to express their disapproval on the proposed coal plants in their province
2015: A year in pictures
2015 was a year of inspiring action with communities, activists and partner organizations.
March for Climate Justice: Quezon City
March for Climate Justice Pilipinas is a show of our collective pursuit to thrive and struggle amidst a drastically warming planet to demand justice and sow the seeds for a socially just and sustainable world for all.
Polytechnic University of the Philippines joins the Climate March
3000 students of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines join the global call for climate action in the Paris conference.
Rizal High School Students join the call for drastic climate action
A thousand students from Rizal High School, in Pasig City, Philippines form a human banner to call for a strong and fair global climate agreement ahead of the international climate talks in Paris
Haiyan Year 2
20,000 Haiyan survivors demand: ‘our survival is non-negotiable’ Massive march in Tacloban caps a week of climate action in the Phiippines