Eleventh Hour: “Creating a safe space to walk the talk for the climate”

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Filipino Climate Reality Leaders, journalists, communicators, and civil society representatives participated in the multi-stakeholder forum.

The Climate Reality Project Philippines’ Manila Bulletin column “Eleventh Hour” featured the OML Center’s Balangay Media Project, which aims to organize local journalists and other media practitioners for more science-based reporting alongside creative journalism on the underreported climate realities in the Philippines. 

The article, contributed by Perpi Tiongson, breaks down some of the components of the project, including the Umalohokan Fellowship and the multi-stakeholder forum held with The Climate Reality Project Philippines and Asia Society Philippines.

Read “Creating a safe space to walk the talk for the climate” on the Manila Bulletin website.

For more information on the project and the stories generated by the teams involved in the project, please visit the OML Center’s Balangay Media Project page.