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Today, exactly 3 months after Yolanda—the strongest typhoon to ever make landfall —battered the Philippines, the country is still reeling  from its devastating impact that left 14 million victims and survivors, including around 4 million displaced and 500,000 houses destroyed.

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The Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC) and the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ) join the Global Month of Action on Energy in the call to transform our societies and transform our energy systems to fight against climate change.

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Representatives of Freedom from Debt Coalition joined members of Jubilee South - Asia/Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JS-APMDD) and other climate justice activists from Africa, Latin America, Europe, US and Australia in a protest action at the UN ESCAP in Bangkok.

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"Green Economy" is GREED Economy.MANILA, Philippines - Various cause-oriented groups warned the Philippine delegation and world leaders attending the three-day United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil not to fall into the trap of believing that the proposed "Green Economy" is "a tool and mechanism for sustainable development."

Around 150 activists belonging to Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC), Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), FDC Women’s Committee, and Task Force Food Sovereignty (TFFS) trooped to the main office of National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) and at the Philippine office of the United Nations as part of the Global Action Day for social and environmental justice, against the commodification of life and nature, and in defense of the commons.

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Expect more natural disasters, social and economic inequality and marginalization in the near future once the United States and other Northern countries succeeded in ramming through its proposed “Green Economy” in the upcoming Rio+20 Conference.

A historic conference to be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on June 20-22, this year, the Rio+20 Conference or the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD), will review the extent of compliance by the participants to the first UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED)  held in  1992 also in Rio.

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