Boracay needs scientists, engineers, development planners, social workers, and community organizers, not the hundreds of troops and police.
Digging deeper into the global mining context | 4 ominous trends in global mining
Understanding the global mining industry’s “Boom and Bust” behavior of weakening surges and worsening downturns is critical, as it affects the export-oriented and foreign-dominated local mining industry.
Four heroic women for Mother Earth
But hope springs eternal. Environmental defenders everywhere are tirelessly working to protect the last frontiers of nature and restore our despoiled environment.
‘Rise, Resist, Renew’ campaign binds peoples against British global mining plunder
The Alternatives to Mines and Money campaign delivers a message of protest to the Mines and Money Conference of big mining corporations in London.
War in Paradise
This war of suppression, directed at people who resist what government armed forces call ‘vital installations’ and ‘flagship projects,’ has always been the biggest investment guarantee that the Philippine government grants to extractive and pollutive large-scale industries.
A climate villain all along
Donald Trump’s ‘Paris Pullout’ was not the first time the US backed out of international climate accords.
Bike ride to Lobo, gateway to the world’s center of marine biodiversity
Nature’s beauty and lessons in people’s struggles in one bike trip.
Even international experts recognize the conservation of biodiversity in the NPA-controlled areas.
Yes to Life, No to Mining Network solidarity to the people of Galicia
Mining-affected communities around the world unite against the big, destructive mines.
Fact-checking the mining closure debate
Will the economy collapse as the big mines are closed?
A ‘brash’ move
Environment Secretary Gina Lopez’ order to close several mines and cancel mining contracts was a move long awaited by mining-affected communities.