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Philippine security forces have long employed red-tagging in its decades-long campaign against the New People's Army, accusing activists of directly supporting the communist armed group. It's a dangerous campaign. In many occasions, redtagging was followed by arrests or, worse, killings. In the past, the victims were usually members of progressive groups. Lately, more journalists have found themselves under threat. In this video, PCIJ multimedia reporter Cherry Salazar documented the shrinking space for press freedom in the Philippines.
Philippine banks are enabling the ‘detour’ in the country’s transition to sustainable and affordable energy.
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, a monopoly in the transmission industry, is a bottleneck in the growth of green energy.
The piecemeal and problematic implementation of the Renewable Energy Law is blocking clean and cheap energy for millions of Filipinos.