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Activists protested and blocked construction of the controversial $3.8-billion, 1,172-mile oil pipeline for months in 2016
'They were already able to red-tag us without the bill, how much more so if it's passed?'
'The literature on what a post-lockdown world would look like is growing. Balik-Probinsya need not be our dystopian contribution.'
The Pope is being pressured to open the priesthood to married men in the Amazon, as well as to give women a greater role to play
Self-executing environmental rights would be part of the bill of rights of the new federal constitution, says Consultative Committee Chairman Reynato Puno
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The commitment for us is really to make her life and death an opportunity to renew our strength says Grizelda Mayo Anda of the Environmental Legal Assistance Center
Environmental lawyers gather to remember the life of Mia Mascariñas Green who was killed in Bohol last February 15