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On October 17 we’re raising our fists and our voices to RESIST COAL! RESIST EMERGENCY POWERS! On the National Day of Action Against Coal – under the Reclaim Power Pilipinas banner, our country’s contribution to the Global Week of Action on Energy there will be a concerted mass action nationwide as communities denounce coal as a dirty and harmful energy source.

Locally, we’ll let the President know that COAL IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO THE POWER CRISIS. We’ll let PNOY and Petilla know that we demand RE-al SOLUTIONS FOR THE PEOPLE AND COMMUNITIES NOW!

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Participants of the 10th Asia Europe People's Forum in Milan, Italy join the call to ban dirty energy and stop the climate crisis!

10th AEPF Calls Ban to Dirty Energy! #ReclaimPower

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Thirteen right based civil society organizations led by EquityBD has organized a human chain and rally demanding Government must redirect subsidy to the community-controlled renewable energy sources instead.

Redirect Subsidy to Community-Controlled Renewable Energy, Not in Fossil Fuelequitybd.org

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“The fossil fuel industry is the biggest threat to our very existence as Pacific Islanders. We stand to lose our homes, our communities and our culture. But we are fighting back.

Pacific Climate Warriors Fighting Back, Challenges the World© 350.org

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Activists today stormed the office of the Korea Eximbank to demand the bank’s withdrawal from the controversial Jalaur River Multipurpose Project in Iloilo and to call attention to the dangers posed by large dam projects.

Protesters call on Koreans to stop funding dangerous, climate-damaging Jalaur dam