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Philippine Green Party (Partido Kalikasan)

The Green party in the Philippines is called Partido Kalikasan or Greens Philippines (Green PH). It is spread all over the country, which have three island groups. The party has 5,689 members and 3,435 supporters. The national convention of the party was held in 2003. Party’s ideology is based on the principles of ecological integrity, social justice, national solidarity, active non-violence, participatory democracy, etc. Partido Kalikasan organised its second national convention in Bagio after APGF NZ Congress in 2015. It has yet to register as a political party. However, the plans are afoot to contest the 2019 election.  The party has a national office and an institute called the Green Governance Institute of the Philippines. There are several other groups and parties claiming to be Green parties in the Philippines but they do not adhere to the non-violence.

A movement for social and environmental reform in the Philippines' Central Mindanao

Flooding in Cotabato city (photo: essc.org.ph)
By Datu Oskie MUHAMMAD, Vice Chair for Mindanao, GREENS PH – Partido Kalikasan THE COTABATO RIVER BASIN is the proposed target area for GREENS PH-Partido Kalikasan's period of engagement with the Climate Change Commission and Asia Pacific Greens Federation (APGF). In the centre of it is the LIGUASAN MARSH which has a total wet land areas of 288,000 hectares located in the areas connecting the... more


Village level Disaster Risk and Reduction Management (VDRRM) process by Greens PH (Partido Kalikasan)

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Greens PH (Partido Kalikasan)'s Village-level Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (VDRRM) program highlights the low levels of public participation and familiarity with the Philippine's Disaster Risk and Reduction Management (DRRM) law.  Moreover, Greens PH's National Chairperson, Kiko C. Labro, concludes that the national government's inability to provide the necessary logistics and support... more


Fukushima two years on - APGN Statement

The global impact of the Fukushima disaster highlights the responsibility of all nations to ensure the safety of citizens and protect our planet for future generations. We are all implicated in the nuclear supply chain, whether that be through uranium mining, refining, power generation, radioactive waste, nuclear weapons, or through complicity by not discouraging the practice of our trading... more


Year Date % of vote Number of votes Reps Elected
2013 10 May
2013 10 May
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A movement for social and environmental reform in the Philippines' Central Mindanao

Flooding in Cotabato city (photo: essc.org.ph)
By Datu Oskie MUHAMMAD, Vice Chair for Mindanao, GREENS PH – Partido Kalikasan THE COTABATO RIVER BASIN is the proposed target area for GREENS PH-Partido Kalikasan's period of engagement with the Climate Change Commission and Asia Pacific Greens Federation (APGF). In the centre of it is the LIGUASAN MARSH which has a total wet land areas of 288,000 hectares located in the areas connecting the... more


Village level Disaster Risk and Reduction Management (VDRRM) process by Greens PH (Partido Kalikasan)

, ,
Greens PH (Partido Kalikasan)'s Village-level Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (VDRRM) program highlights the low levels of public participation and familiarity with the Philippine's Disaster Risk and Reduction Management (DRRM) law.  Moreover, Greens PH's National Chairperson, Kiko C. Labro, concludes that the national government's inability to provide the necessary logistics and support... more


Fukushima two years on - APGN Statement

The global impact of the Fukushima disaster highlights the responsibility of all nations to ensure the safety of citizens and protect our planet for future generations. We are all implicated in the nuclear supply chain, whether that be through uranium mining, refining, power generation, radioactive waste, nuclear weapons, or through complicity by not discouraging the practice of our trading... more


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