Welcome to PNEJ.org

September 20, 2010

Welcome to the official website of the Philippine Network of Environmental Journalists, Inc (PNEJ). The local media plays a critical role in influencing how the government and society balance growth with sustainable environment. Given the urgent need to advance environmental journalism in the Philippines, PNEJ aims to improve the reach, quality, and sustainability of local media, as well as to connect to various sectors in the society about environment and …More

A reflection a month after Typhoon Yolanda: Finding new hope

A reflection a month after Typhoon Yolanda: Finding new hope
December 18, 2013

(This piece was composed on my way back home after an emotionally and physically exhausting trip to typhoon-devastated Tacloban City …More

UN gives recognition to Philippines’ massive financing scheme on sustainable energy

UN gives recognition to Philippines’ massive financing scheme on sustainable energy
November 7, 2013

The Philippines’ Sustainable Energy Finance Program which is designed to extend financial assistance for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects …More

Groups urged PHL to fast-track local climate funds

Groups urged PHL to fast-track local climate funds
October 17, 2013

A civil society network congratulated Albay governor Joey Salceda for his recent election as co-chair of the United Nations Green …More

Help Disaster-Affected Communities With SMS News

Help Disaster-Affected Communities With SMS News
October 17, 2013

Summary We know that climate change is not only causing our planet to change in dramatic ways, but puts vulnerable …More

Journalists in the Philippines use SMS to Get Information to Their Communities

Journalists in the Philippines use SMS to Get Information to Their Communities
October 17, 2013

Local journalists in the Philippines are posting news and information on environmental issues and communicating with disaster-affected communities using an …More

Greenpeace wants Congress to investigate GMO regulation

Greenpeace wants Congress to investigate GMO regulation
October 17, 2013

On World Food Day (Oct 16), Greenpeace activists rallied at the House of Representatives, carrying banners reading “Investigate GMO Regulation” …More

Bohol, Cebu reeling from impact of killer quake as death toll rises to 156

Bohol, Cebu reeling from impact of killer quake as death toll rises to 156
October 17, 2013

DISASTER response and relief agencies in the Philippines are racing against time to penetrate remote areas in the island provinces …More

OPEN: Climate Change Media Awards-Philippines

OPEN: Climate Change Media Awards-Philippines
October 14, 2013

Organized by the Climate Change Commission in partnership with the  Philippine Network of Environmental Journalists The Climate Change Media Awards honor …More

Salceda first Asian elected to chair US$ 100-B UN Green Climate Fund

Salceda first Asian elected to chair US$ 100-B UN Green Climate Fund
October 14, 2013

Albay Governor Joey Salceda was elected as Chairman of the Board of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), the first Asian …More

Living with the changing climate, poor people confront the reality

Living with the changing climate, poor people confront the reality
July 11, 2013

In the Philippines, poor people are on the frontline of climate change – they face rising seas, consistent warming trends, …More