ABS-CBN’s “Mga Kwento Ng Klima” Docu Bares Effects Of Climate Change In The Philippines

ABS-CBN’s “Mga Kwento Ng Klima” Docu Bares Effects Of Climate Change In The Philippines

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Filipinos still remember the tragic aftermath that followed typhoons Ondoy and Yolanda. After experiencing and surviving calamities caused by disruptive climate change, have we finally learned from the past and prepared for future threats?

ABS-CBN finds out in the documentary “Mga Kwento ng Klima” airing on Sunday (November 24) on Sunday’s Best.

Produced by ABS-CBN DocuCentral in cooperation with the Oscar M. Lopez Center, “Mga Kwento ng Klima” chronicles how Filipinos are slowly evolving into a climate resilient people after picking up painful lessons from all the climate-related disasters that battered the country.

It digs deep into how susceptible the country is to climate change and how local communities, government agencies, and concerned organizations have united to take control of the situation by championing climate resilient projects.

Climate has always had an influence in the daily lives of Filipinos since the time of our ancestors. We depend on a stable climate to dictate the way we produce and consume our resources. However, with the earth getting warmer at an unprecedented rate, everything we thought we knew about climate is suddenly outdated. It has become not only erratic and unreliable, but also disruptive, violent, and even life-threatening. And this is just the beginning.

Find out if the Filipinos are ready to change the course of our climate’s story and prevent a tragic ending for our people in ABS-CBN DocuCentral’s “Mga Kwento ng Klima” this Sunday (November 24) on ABS-CBN’s “Sunday’s Best.” Viewers can also catch it online via iWant.

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