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.

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  • Filipino plaintiff in case vs French oil giant urges youth climate action

  • A hope for bleaching corals: Are there climate-resilient coral reefs in the Philippines?

  • ‘No choice but to fight’: Filipino green defenders risk their lives for the planet

  • Magna Carta amendments spark hope for climate knowledge transfer

  • Challenges in conserving Philippine marine ecosystems

  • Beyond the Masara landslide: Residents rebuild lives, gov’t addresses land use

  • Weaving the future: How upcycling sustains a small town’s textile tradition

  • Future of climate journalism: Young storytellers graduate from #NextGen bootcamp

  • In Davao de Oro, former informal settlers help restore a forest

  • Progress made on global plastic pact, but key hurdles remain

  • Climate change a thorn in Baguio’s flower industry

  • EVENT: Celebrate World Press Freedom Day with ‘Writing the Story of Our Generation’

  • ASEAN leaders must step up in global plastics treaty negotiations — groups

  • Campaigner says Philippines should tax the plastic source, not consumers

  • New plastics audit report lists top sachet-producing brands polluting Asia

  • Filipino K-pop fans take action for the planet

  • Ilocos Norte faces hurdles in engaging youth in climate action

  • From manure to clean fuel: Philippine hog farmers embrace biogas

  • ‘Through fire and water’: Extreme weather pushes Cebuano families into homelessness

  • Filipino rice farmers to earn extra cash while cutting methane emissions

  • Fishers fear for future as floating solar threatens to disrupt Philippines’ largest lake

  • Landslide survivors in Philippine mining town face heat in tent city

  • Paint the town ‘GREEN’?

  • Parents, teachers demand solutions as 4,000 Philippine schools halt classes due to extreme heat

  • As El Niño rages, Philippine farmers turn to climate-resilient rice varieties

  • Considering meteorology as a career? Here are tips from weather forecasters

  • Farmers, scientists group in Luzon warn of worsening food security as El Niño persists

  • LIST: Philippine forests perfect for your next hike

  • International Day of Forest: Mindanao’s strides in restoring critical ecosystems

  • How socialized housing fails to address poverty and climate change

  • 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