How to become a climate activist in the Philippines: From Facebook to Twitter.
By Kate KellyThe Philippines is not known for its politically minded residents.
That’s partly because the country has no established party or political party in the way of parties that can offer a united front against global warming.
But, the Philippines has a climate change problem.
The country has been warming at a faster pace than the rest of the world, with a peak in 2010 that caused major disasters and a cooling-down that has left many in the country struggling to get by.
To understand how climate change has affected the Philippines, the Guardian spoke to climate change activist and former National Environment Agency (NEA) climate scientist Dr. Andrew Weil.
This article is based on interviews with a variety of different individuals and groups.