Local fisherfolk are facing a harsh reality: Their livelihoods are threatened by the construction of power facilities, which causes irreversible damage to the marine ecosystem and takes away the main source of income for many families.
The Philippines detours from the renewable energy path to dirty, expensive and imported fossil gas.
Energy and environmental jargons about the climate crisis may appear overwhelming. Here are some commonly used terms and what they mean.
As fishers in Batangas City come to terms with the destruction of their livelihood because of gas projects, a few refuse to leave the life they’ve always known.