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

Climate change and compassion: the missing link?

Climate change and compassion: the missing link?
March 5, 2015

As world leaders and government negotiators roll up their sleeves for a stronger push towards a new global climate deal …More

Climate inaction will be ‘catastrophic’–Hollande

Climate inaction will be ‘catastrophic’–Hollande
March 2, 2015

By Imelda V. Abano Swift global action is needed to avoid the worst threats from a rapidly changing climate — …More

France, PH setting tone for global pact on climate change

France, PH setting tone for global pact on climate change
February 22, 2015

Story by Imelda Abano MANILA – As climate change impacts – blizzards in Western countries, fiercer typhoons, rising seas, droughts …More

More than 45 countries to fast for climate justice during Lent

More than 45 countries to fast for climate justice during Lent
February 18, 2015

Fasting during Lent, a season for reflection and prayers by Christians around the world, has become a great opportunity for …More

Civil society groups in the Philippines turn to Pope Francis to protect the Earth

Civil society groups in the Philippines turn to Pope Francis to protect the Earth
January 20, 2015

Environment and climate activists are pinning their hopes to the religious leaders and to Pope Francis, rather than on politicians, …More

Time running out for climate action

Time running out for climate action
January 10, 2015

Report by Imelda V. Abano The science has spoken, and the government must act now to address climate change with …More

Indigenous peoples are vulnerable to climate change, too

Indigenous peoples are vulnerable to climate change, too
December 22, 2014

Story by Imelda Abano Climate change coupled with extreme weather events such as droughts, heavy rains and flooding have put …More

Philippines most affected by extreme weather events in 2013, new risk study says

Philippines most affected by extreme weather events in 2013, new risk study says
December 5, 2014

LIMA—Among 160 countries, the Philippines emerged as the most affected country by extreme weather conditions in 2013 such as intense …More

UN climate summit, people’s march a call for climate action

UN climate summit, people’s march a call for climate action
September 24, 2014

MANILA, Philippines – This week will be a historic moment for climate change, with world leaders from 162 countries gathering …More

ASEAN urged to build a unified climate change and disaster stance

ASEAN urged to build a unified climate change and disaster stance
September 22, 2014

  Will the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) lead the way in tackling climate change and …More

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