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Sustainability initiatives[edit]

Initiatives by topic[edit]

Food activism[edit]

Solar cooking resources in Philippines

Sustainable transport activism[edit]

Electric Jeepney

News and comment[edit]


Why the world is looking to the Philippines for climate justice, Feb 22 [1]


6 Filipinas fighting for climate justice, Mar 8 [2]


For the first time fossil fuel companies face national human rights complaint on climate change, September 22 [3]


Manila building 100,000 three-wheeled electric taxis, July 30 [4]


1076 cities and municipalities turned their lights off during Earth Hour in the Philippines, [5] April 6


Philippines: Helping flood victims through social media, [6] September 28. Social networking sites and services like Facebook and Twitter were also flooded with news accounts, reports, photos and videos of Ondoy's aftermath. The stream of information soon became a “hub” for coordinating rescue and relief efforts for those who had access to the internet.

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Philippines


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  1. @ConversationUK
  3. Greenpeace Philippines
  5. Global Voices online, by Karlo Mikhail Mongaya


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