1. CHR: Make climate change a voting issue  Rappler
  2. Filipino inquiry finds big polluters ‘morally and legally liable’ for climate damage  The Guardian
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Former Commission on Human Rights commissioner Roberto Cadiz hopes the public would consider the issue of climate change when they vote on May 9Former Commission on Human Rights commissioner Roberto Cadiz hopes the public would consider the issue of climate change when they vote on May 9

CHR: Make climate change a voting issue

Report on effects of Typhoon Haiyan says fossil and cement firms engaged in ‘wilful obfuscation’ of scienceReport on effects of Typhoon Haiyan says fossil and cement firms engaged in ‘wilful obfuscation’ of science

Filipino inquiry finds big polluters ‘morally and legally liable’ for climate damage | Philippines | The Guardian

"The findings of the Commission on Human Rights are a vindication for the millions of people whose fundamental rights are being impacted by the corporations behind the climate crisis.""The findings of the Commission on Human Rights are a vindication for the millions of people whose fundamental rights are being impacted by the corporations behind the climate crisis."

Landmark Inquiry in Philippines Backs Accountability for 'Climate-Polluting' Corporations