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[PODCAST] The Green Report: What’s at stake for the Philippines at COP27?

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[PODCAST] The Green Report: What’s at stake for the Philippines at COP27?
In this episode, Jee Geronimo and Iya Gozum sit down with Ivan Enrile, Climate Justice Programme Manager of IBON International, to talk about the UN Climate Change Conference or COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

MANILA, Philippines – As the world prepares for another UN climate summit, the Philippines was hit by Severe Tropical Storm Paeng (Nalgae). This is the reality for developing countries like the Philippines, which bear the brunt of climate change. Now, civil society organizations that are in touch with communities most affected by extreme weather events want a seat at the table.

In this episode, Jee Geronimo and Iya Gozum sit down with Ivan Enrile, Climate Justice Programme Manager of IBON International, to talk about the UN Climate Change Conference or COP27 happening on November 6 to 18, in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

What agenda should nations focus on? What are the expectations of civil society organizations as climate talks and negotiations are about to take place again?

[PODCAST] The Green Report: What’s at stake for the Philippines at COP27?

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