Publications

Reject RCEP – CPDG

May 30, 2022

The Philippines have barely anything to gain from other RCEP economies opening up because of our backward and historically shriveled agricultural and industrial sectors. The biggest gainers will not be small farmers and enterprises who are uncompetitive from decades of government neglect but the handful of foreign transnational corporations with segments of their global value chains in low value-added enclave special economic zones and perhaps a few large corporate Filipino exporters and agri-business firms.

Tanggulan: Portraits of Filipino Environmental Defenders

April 22, 2021

As the world celebrates the 51st Earth Day, Center for Environmental Concerns – Philippines, Kalikasan People’s Network for the Environment, 350 Pilipinas, Sama-samang Artista para sa Kilusang Agraryo, Council for People’s Development and Governance, and Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines presents TANGGULAN: Portraits of Filipino Environmental Defenders.

This coffee table book offers different stories of environmental rights defenders across the Philippines ranging from community health volunteers, conservationist groups, indigenous peoples, to fisherfolk communities and others.