Campus journalism is a powerful vehicle for disseminating climate knowledge and inspiring action at the grassroots level. With their unique perspectives and fresh insights, young storytellers are bridging gaps in understanding climate impacts, conveying community stories and narratives that truly matter.

At Climate Tracker Asia, we believe that their stories we tell can spark action, drive change, and inspire communities. Which is why we collaborated with the US Embassy in Manila to facilitate an immersive fellowship where emerging journalists can gain the necessary knowledge, skills, tools and support to produce meaningful and impactful climate journalism.

  • In Agusan Marsh, climate crisis, other threats upend Manobos’ way of life

  • San Agustin Museum fights for cultural identity in a warming world

  • PH’s Baguio strides towards walkability, active mobility in climate change fight

  • Learning from storms past, a community plans together to prevent disasters

  • Sweet Struggle: Climate change and sugarcane production in Negros Occidental

  • Growing rice, growing price: Is climate-smart tech the solution?

  • Better conditions sought for Malabon waste workers leading clean energy initiative

  • Barangay rangers at frontlines of protecting Ilocos Norte’s forests

  • Defending QC’s last green lungs: How campus biodiversity shields the city from effects of climate changes

  • Scientists probe climate change’s role in new pest infestation in PH rice fields

  • Land conversion threatens Candaba Swamp, Central Luzon’s ‘flood sponge’

  • Oriental Mindoro’s Mangyan demands equity amid renewable energy push

  • Quezon farmers struggle for climate resilient coconut industry