A collection of videos of Climate Walk 2014, Manila to Tacloban.
Climate Walk is borne out of a deep sense of duty to pay homage to communities that confront the realities of climate change, disaster risk, poverty, and environmental abuse. It is a way of reminding the whole world that we have this reality—this madness—to confront.
Climate walk is also to inspire people around the world and to encourage world leaders to take urgent, ambitious actions to confront the climate crisis, highlighting the impacts of climate change on vulnerable countries like the Philippines. The fight against climate change is about us. The strength of our call lies in the collective strength of voices around the world crying out for climate justice. It is only with the voices of others that we ever become stronger.
Climate Walk is intended to drive momentum for grassroots social action that would strengthen global public opinion on climate change and provide the push for countries to finalise a fair, equitable, ambitious, and durable new climate agreement in 2015 in Paris.
Nityalila featuring Jourdan Sebastian.
“Tayo Tayo” sung by Climate Walk Core-Walkers on November 08, 2014 during the anniversary of Yolanda in Tacloban.
“We can no longer wait for another Haiyan. We need to fundamentally change the way we live, and the way things work in our planet. We need to switch the power.” #Climate Revolution – Dakila
Why Climate Walk for Climate Justice? #ClimateRevolution – Dakila
AFP News Agency
Climate Walk for Climate Justice – Greenpeace Philippines
Live in Irosin, Sorsogon (By Jenny Tuazon)
ABS-CBN News Coverage