Residents of Vinzons, Camarines Norte wade through flood water brought by the Super Typhoon Goni (local name: Rolly) in November 2020. More intense extreme weather events like Typhoon Goni is just one of the serious repercussions of the climate crisis. (Photo: Mark Saludes/Oxfam)
The carbon footprints of the richest 1 per cent of people on Earth is set to be 30 times greater than the level compatible with the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement in 2030, according to new research. It comes as delegates grapple with how to keep this goal alive at the COP26 meeting in Glasgow.
“REady, JET, GlasGOw” participants pass by the Jones Bridge at Manila together with cars and motorist. The advocacy ride organized by Oxfam Pilipinas was done to call on the local and national government as well as private corporations to address climate change by significantly reducing carbon emissions. (Photo: Jilson Tiu/Oxfam)
Oxfam Pilipinas and partner organizations on Saturday launched two simultaneous bike rides in Metro Manila and Eastern Samar to urge the Philippine government and world leaders to immediately address the climate crisis.
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