Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/CHR-Landmark-Litigation-in-Philippines-27MDHUH20077.htmlConceptually similarCHR Landmark Litigation in PhilippinesGP1SXG29Completed★★★★CHR Landmark Litigation in PhilippinesGP1SXG2ICompleted★★★★CHR Landmark Litigation in PhilippinesGP1SXG2HCompleted★★★★Press Conference at the CHR in the PhilippinesGP0STQE2SCompleted★★★★Press Conference at the CHR in the PhilippinesGP0STQE2UCompleted★★★★Press Conference At the CHRGP0STQE2QCompleted★★★★Press Conference at the CHR in the PhilippinesGP0STQE2TCompleted★★★★Climate Change and Human Rights Public Hearing in ManilaGP0STSDAPCompleted★★★★Climate Change and Human Rights Public Hearing in ManilaGP0STSDAQCompleted★★★★View AllGP1SXG0ECHR Landmark Litigation in PhilippinesA group photo taken along Quezon ave, juxtaposing the massive amount of vehicles that cause carbon emissions. Various citizens whose lives where adversely affected by factories and mining together with Greenpeace Philippines, hold a banner with a message for the next Philippine President as the country votes for its new leader. The message reads "To the next President, stand for Climate Justice!".Greenpeace Southeast Asia, called for urgent climate action from potential winners of the 2022 national election, after the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) released its groundbreaking report on the National Inquiry on Climate Change during a press event at the agency’s headquarters.Locations:Asia-Luzon-Metro Manila-Philippines-Quezon City-Southeast AsiaDate:6 May, 2022Credit:© Jilson Tiu / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6265px X 4179pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Banners-Bridges-Cars-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Elections-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-People-Roads-TrafficShoot:CHR Resolution Activities in PhilippinesClimate survivors, advocates, and Greenpeace Southeast Asia, called for urgent climate action from potential winners of the 2022 national election, after the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) released its groundbreaking report on the National Inquiry on Climate Change during a press event at the agency’s headquarters. The findings of the Commission on Human Rights are a victory for the millions of people whose fundamental rights are being impacted by the corporations behind the climate crisis.