Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/CHR-Memo-Delivery-in-the-Philippines--CLIPREEL--27MZIFJ8FA3_0.htmlConceptually similarRainbow Warrior in Manila (News Access - Clipreel)GP0STRJZJCompleted★★★★World Meat Free Week in the Philippines ClipreelGP0STS2Y0Completed★★★★★★Global Climate Strike in Manila - ClipreelGP0STUAI6Completed★★★★★E-waste Documentation in the Philippines (CLIPREEL)GP1STO5LCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior Chef Daniel Bravo in the Philippines - Web VideoGP0STRQZOCompleted★★★★World's Climate Experts to Testify at 3rd CHR Hearing in Philippines - ClipreelGP0STSCOPCompleted★★★★Protest at Shell Office in the Philippines (Clipreel)GP0STTVPCCompleted★★★★Greenpeace and PRRC Track Plastic Pollution in Pasig River - CLIPREEL and English SOUNDBITEGP0STR159Completed★★★★Greenpeace and PRRC Track Plastic Pollution in Pasig River - CLIPREEL and German SOUNDBITEGP0STR1L1Completed★★★★★★View AllGP0STU120CHR Memo Delivery in the Philippines (CLIPREEL)The petitioners, accompanied by youth, community representatives, as well as other NGOs, submitted in unison the final memorandum before the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) office in Quezon City. The final memorandum summarizes scientific and legal evidence on how the Carbon Majors significantly contributed to climate change and human rights impacts, and how the fossil fuel industry misled the public on the science and the climate harms these have caused and continue to cause the Filipinos. This is the final milestone for the petitioners in this 4-year journey before the Resolution of the CHR is expected to come out at the end of this year.Locations:Asia-Luzon-Metro Manila-Philippines-Quezon City-Southeast AsiaDate:19 Sep, 2019Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:3m24sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :CLIPREELKeywords:Activists-Climate (campaign title)-Court cases-Human rights-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Oil (Industry)-People-Petitions-Press conferences-Small group of peopleShoot:CHR Memorandum for the Petitioner Submission in the PhilippinesThe country, and the world's, first legal investigation about the responsibility of fossil fuel companies on climate change impacts is nearing closure with the submission of the Final Memorandum by petitioners to the Commission on Human Rights. The investigation has become one of the biggest repositories of evidence on how the fossil fuel industry misled the public on climate change and the human rights impacts and harms it has caused Filipinos. The petition is the first of its kind, but is also part of a recent wave of climate litigation cases emerging worldwide.