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Gloria, holds a postcard demanding justice for Jennifer Laude, a Filipino transwoman who was murdered by an American military serviceman, Joseph Pemberton, who was in the Philippines to participate in joint Philippine & US military exercises in 2014.

Struggling on Dangerous Ground [i]

By Val De Guzman [ii]

 

Piglas Batangas, Piglas Pilipinas!

As June comes to a close, the Philippine Environment Month, Galileo de Guzman Castillo reflects on the recent event in Batangas, Philippines, underscoring the struggles of Filipinos, especially from this province, against fossil fuel and government’s continuing support to the construction of coal-fired power plants.

“Tayo ay nakikibahagi sa mundo at nakikiisa sa bawat isa,
Upang alalahanin ang ating kinabukasan at ng mga susunod na salinlahi;
Itaguyod ang katarungan at kapayapaan!”

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The contents of this issue are:

Editorial (p.2)

Climate Change: A View from Below - Dunu Roy (p.4)

Acidification: The Other Big Crisis of Carbon Emissions - Soumya Dutta (p.7)

The Paris Agreement: A French-brokered UN Climate Deal Sans Justice - Souparna Lahiri (p.11)

US-WTO Shadow on India's Solar Power Plans - D. Raghunandan (p.17)

Anti-coal Movements and the Bangladeshi Sundarbans - Soumya Dutta and Neha Mathew (p.21)

Climate Justice Movements and the Capitalist Politics of Climate and Energy - An Interview with Larry Lohman (p.29)

Summer Environmental Youth Camp 2016: Making the Youth’s Voice Matter

Galileo de Guzman Castillo

WHY ENGAGE THE YOUTH? “The youth are agents for change. The youth are the hope of the present and next generations to come.”

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