Ka Leody to wage war vs. climate change if elected president

Presidential aspirant and labor leader Leody de Guzman will focus on waging a war against climate change if he is elected to the country's top post

1/26/2022 2:36:00 PM

Presidential aspirant and labor leader Leody de Guzman will focus on waging a war against climate change if he is elected to the country's top post

Presidential aspirant and labor leader Leody de Guzman will focus on waging a war against climate change if he is elected to the country's top post.

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 26) –Presidential aspirant Leody de Guzman will focus on waging a war against climate change if he is elected to the country's top post.The labor leader emphasized the country must be more equipped in fighting climate change as he considers it a"threat" not just for Filipinos, but for all people in the world.

"Ayaw ko ng giyera. Ang gusto kong giyera ay giyera laban sa kahirapan atglobal warming.Dapat ang mundo ay magkaisa laban saglobal warming," De Guzman told DZRH's Bakit Ikaw? The Presidential Job Interview on Monday.[Translation: I don't want a war (on arms). I want to wage a war against poverty and global warming. The world should be united against global warming.]

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endIndex: Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 26) – Presidential aspirant Leody de Guzman will focus on waging a war against climate change if he is elected to the country's top post. The labor leader emphasized the country must be more equipped in fighting climate change as he considers it a"threat" not just for Filipinos, but for all people in the world. " Ayaw ko ng giyera. Ang gusto kong giyera ay giyera laban sa kahirapan at global warming. Dapat ang mundo ay magkaisa laban sa global warming," De Guzman told DZRH's Bakit Ikaw? The Presidential Job Interview on Monday. [Translation: I don't want a war (on arms). I want to wage a war against poverty and global warming. The world should be united against global warming.] De Guzman said part of his presidential agenda in pushing for an"independent" foreign policy is to forge alliances with other nations in stopping the global climate emergency. " (We need an) independent foreign policy. More on economic and climate ang ating pagkakasunduan (are the things we should agree on)," added De Guzman, who reiterated the country's commitment in some international pacts in halting climate change. The head of labor group Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino explained that to address climate change in the country, there is a need to shift to renewable energy which he said is safer and cheaper for the Filipinos. De Guzman added if the country relies more on renewable energy, it will bring more jobs to Filipinos because these resources are labor intensive. "