We call on local financial institutions to divest from environmentally-harmful activities
Divest for Sustainability,
Invest in our Common Home
We keep track of Catholic investments in financial institutions and companies and strategize to call on local financial institutions to divest from industries that harm the environment, and invest in sustainability.
The encyclical of Pope Francis “Laudato Si’: On Care for our Common Home”, number 211, highlights nine (9) doable and effective ways on how to show our love and care to our common home.
Laudato Si’ Schools
We have developed a framework based on Laudato Si’ to be integrated in the strategic plan of Catholic schools.
BARIKADA-KONTRA-MINA OF SIBUYANONS: A TIMELINE
‘THE PEOPLE UNITED WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED, IS THE BATTLE CRY OF THE PEOPLE, SCORED VICTORY AGAINST ALTAI PHILIPPINES
From January up until today, the Barikada-Kontra-Mina of Sibuyanons continues
CONVENING OF PH CSOs ON JUST ENERGY TRANSITION (JET)
In April 2021, the Philippines declared its commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 75% within the current decade (2020-2030) compared to a business-as- usual scenario, as stipulated under its first Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) tothe Paris Agreement. It is important for the Philippines, one of the most vulnerable countries to anthropogenic climate change, to avoid depending on pollutive energysources that cause said crises within existing capacities and resources.
In order to address this, Oxfam launched the Asia Network for People’s Energy (ANPE), a collaborative platform for learning and collaboration on JET within the Philippines, along with Vietnam and Indonesia. One of its aims is to establish a collaborative platform for South-South learning and collaboration on fair and just transitions, providing a space for collective learning on building fair, just and resilient economic pathways.