Palo, Leyte—Representatives from communities along government-declared No Dwelling Zones (NDZ) who will be affected by the Road Heightening and Tide Embankment of Tacloban-Palo-Tanauan Project forged unity against the implementation of the megaproject after a forum held today by the Center for Environmental Concerns (CEC). The forum dubbed “Tide Embankment, For Whom?” was a presentation of CEC’s recently concluded 5-day Environmental Investigative Mission (EIM).
A team of scientists and environmental advocates raised the red flag over the construction of a P7.9 billion “Road Heightening and Tide Embankment Project” along the coasts of Tacloban and two other towns in northern Leyte. A 5-day Environmental Investigative Mission (EIM) led by the Center for Environmental Concerns (CEC) with its partner scientists from […]
A recollection of massive flooding, contaminated mudflow and torrential rain and wind, which lasted for hours evoke strong sentiments among the residents of Sta. Cruz, Zambales on the 1st commemorative year for Typhoon Lando (international name: Koppu). The strong but slow-moving typhoon affected almost 54,000 residents in this mining-affected town. However, sad the past year […]
The CEC is in solidarity with our brothers and sisters from the national minorities in demanding for liberation and self-determination. We join them in calling for the stoppage of large-scale corporate mining and other environmentally destructive projects that are affecting their livelihood and way of life. We also join them in demanding justice for the […]
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