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Mitzi Jonelle Tan
Born (1997-10-27) 27 Ọktoba 1997 (age 26)[1]
Known forClimate justice activism
Mitzi Jonelle Tan
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịPhilippines Dezie
Aha enyereMitzi, Jonelle Dezie
aha ezinụlọ yaTan Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya27 Ọktoba 1997 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụManila Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụenvironmentalist Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọUniversity of the Philippines Dezie
organization directed by the office or positionYou Against Corruption and Poverty Dezie
kọwara na URLhttps://yacap.org/mitzijonelle/, https://www.voicesofyouth.org/blog/campaigning-climate-justice-covid-19-world, https://www.caresmauritius.org/school-of-ecology-2019/school-tv/mitzi-jonelle-tan-interview, https://en.reset.org/blog/it%E2%80%99s-not-about-fighting-our-future-anymore-it%E2%80%99s-about-fighting-today-interview-filipino-activis Dezie

Mitzi Jonelle Tan (amụrụ n'Ọktoba 27, 1997) bụ onye na-ahụ maka ikpe ziri ezi na Philippines.[2][3][4][5][6] Ọ bi na Metro Manila, Philippines.[2][7]

Akụkọ ndụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

2017[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Mgbalị Tan malitere na 2017 mgbe ya na ndị isi obodo na mba ya zutere. Nke a mere ka ọ ghọta na ọrụ na mgbanwe usoro dị mkpa iji mepụta ọha mmadụ ziri ezi na nke na-acha akwụkwọ ndụ akwụkwọ ndụ.[2]

2019[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

N'afọ 2019, Tan guzobere Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines (YACAP), otu Fridays For Future (FFF) nke Philippines, na-esote ngagharị iwe ihu igwe gburugburu ụwa.[8][2][7] Tan bụ onye isi na-akpọkọta na ọnụ na-ekwuchitere mba ụwa nke YACAP.[9][10][2][11][12] Tan bụkwa onye na-eme ngagharị iwe na Friday for Future na Philippines, na ọnụ na-ekwuchitere ya.[13][14]

Tan so n'ime ihe ndị mere iji mee ngagharị iwe ụlọ akwụkwọ maka ihu igwe n'ịntanetị na mmalite nke ọrịa COVID-19.[4]

2020[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

N'ọnwa Septemba 2020, Tan so n'ime ihe iji laghachi na ngagharị iwe ihu igwe 'dị nchebe'.[15] Na ngwụcha afọ 2020, Tan bụ otu n'ime ndị ọrụ afọ ofufo haziri Mock COP26, nke nwere ndị nnọchiteanya si mba otu narị na iri ano.[16][17][18] O kwukwara okwu na Mock COP26 banyere ịbụ onye na-eme ihe ike na-ebi ebe a na-eme ngagharị iwe na iyi ọha egwu.[19][20] N'ikwu okwu na Mock COP26 Tan gwara The Guardian "Ha na-ahụ na olu nke ebe ndị kachasị emetụta na-eme ka ọ dịkwuo elu, ma na-ahụ maka na anyị nwere ohere ma ọ bụghị naanị akara. "[21] Ọ bụ otu n'ime ndị na-eme ngagharị iwe iji sonye na mkpọsa Fridays For Future 'Pass the Mic', kwa na ngwụcha 2020, ịrịọ ka Attenborough nyefee ndị na-akwado ndị ntorobịa na akaụntụ Instagram ya, ọkachasị site na Global South.[6][14][22]

N'ọnwa Nọvemba afọ 2020, Tan kwadoro usoro Climate Live nke egwu mba ụwa a ga-eme n'afọ 2021.[23]

Òtù Tan malitere ime ihe na-esote ajọ ifufe na-efe n'azụ n'azụ na Philippines na 2020 iji nyere obodo ndị kachasị emetụta aka, gụnyere site n'inye ndị agụụ na-agụ nri ma gwa ha okwu banyere nsogbu ha chere ihu.[24]

2021[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Tan bụkwa otu n'ime ndị na-eme ngagharị iwe na Fraịdee maka Ọdịnihu na-eduga mkpọsa Clean Up Standard Chartered nke 2021 nke Fraịdee Maka Ọdịnihu, mkpọsa iwepụ ego na-akpọ Standard Chartered Bank ka ọ wepụ ụlọ ọrụ ndị metụtara ụlọ ọrụ coal gburugburu ụwa.[25][26]

Tan ekwuola banyere echiche nwoke na nwanyị na ịkpa ókè nwoke na nwanyị nke ọ na-eche ihu na ọrụ ya, ebe a na-elegharakarị ụmụ nwanyị anya ma ọ bụ chụpụ ha. O kwukwara na agụmakwụkwọ ihu igwe na-abụkarị "ihe na-eme ka mmadụ pụọ iche, nke ọdịda anyanwụ, nke na-arụ ọrụ nke ọma, na nke na-adịghị enye ike ọ bụla," n'ihe gbasara usoro ọ na-ewere dị ka onye na-eme ihe.[27] Tan ekwuola okwu banyere "red-tagging," omume nke ndị ọrụ gọọmentị na ndị na-akwado ya na Philippines ebe a na-akpọ ndị na-eme ihe ike na ndị mmegide ndị Kọmunist ma ọ bụ ndị na-eyi ọha egwu, yana otu o si nwee mmetụta ọjọọ na ntinye aka nke ndị ntorobịa na mgbanwe ihu igwe na mba ya.[28]

Tan enyewo ndị ọzọ mkpali, dị ka onye na-eme ngagharị iwe na ndị ntorobịa Indonesia Salsabila Khairunnisa.[29]

Agụmakwụkwọ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ọ duziri ngagharị iwe ihu igwe dị iche iche na Mahadum nke Philippines, ebe ọ gụsịrị akwụkwọ n'ihe gbasara mgbakọ na mwepụ.[10][30][31]

Njikọ ya na ndị ọzọ na-eme ngagharị iwe[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Tan na ndị ọzọ anọ na-eme ngagharị iwe si mba MAPA (Most Affected Peoples and Areas), Eyal Weintraub nke Argentina, Disha A Ravi nke India, Kevin Mtai nke Kenya, na Laura Verónica Muñoz nke Colombia, tinyere Greta Thunberg ekwuputala oke ọhụrụ nke ọgbaghara ihu igwe.[32] Ka ọ na-ekwupụta ọgbaghara ihu igwe, Tan akpọwo oku maka "ihe mgbaru ọsọ carbon na-ejikọta kwa afọ na mbelata ozugbo na ikuku na ngalaba niile nke akụ na ụba anyị".[33] O kwukwara, sị: "Ọ bụrụ na anyị emeghị ihe ugbu a, anyị agaghị enwe ohere iru ihe mgbaru ọsọ 2030 na 2050 nke ndị isi ụwa na-ekwu maka ya".[34]

Hụkwa[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  • Nsogbu gburugburu ebe obibi na Philippines

Ebensidee[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  1. Àtụ:Cite tweet
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 United Against the Climate Crisis. nhm.ac.uk. Natural History Museum, London (February 16, 2021). Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan is a climate justice activist based in Metro Manila, Philippines. She is the convenor and international spokesperson of Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines (YACAP), the Fridays For Future (FFF) of the Philippines. She became an activist in 2017 after integrating with indigenous leaders of her country, which pushed her to realise that collective action and system change is what we need for a just and greener society.”
  3. Arvin (December 11, 2020). The Paris climate pact is 5 years old. 5 youth activists share their hopes for what's next.. Vox. Vox Media, LLC.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “23-year-old climate activist Mitzi Jonelle Tan.”
  4. 4.0 4.1 Chakraborty (March 21, 2020). #DigitalStrike: The world takes the climate fight online. The Times of India. Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, a climate activist from Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines, expresses, “Digital strikes are a good way to maintain momentum during this time of quarantine. ... .””
  5. Harvey (September 25, 2020). Young people resume global climate strikes calling for urgent action. The Guardian. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, an activist, said: “We Filipinos are among the most impacted, ranking second in the latest global climate risk index, yet our contributions to greenhouse gas emissions are so little. ..."”
  6. 6.0 6.1 de Ferrer (November 12, 2020). 'PASS THE MIC!' ACTIVISTS URGE SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH TO HAND OVER HIS INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT. Euronews. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. ““When you hear the Philippines, maybe you'll think of the disastrous typhoon Goni – the strongest on the planet this year,” says Filipino climate activist Mitzi Jonelle Tan.”
  7. 7.0 7.1 Porter (September 25, 2020). Klimaatjongeren in de frontlinie: 'Wij zijn meer dan een triest verhaal' (Dutch). Archived from the original on February 16, 2021. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi is 22 jaar en woont in Manilla in de Filipijnen. Vorig jaar richtte ze de organisatie YACAP op, Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines, naar aanleiding van de wereldwijde klimaatbetogingen.”
  8. Arkin (December 10, 2020). Mock COP26 calls for rapid action on climate change. SciDev.Net. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, co-founder of Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines, an alliance of young climate activists, ... “I’m here not anymore because of anger and fear, but because of love for the people and the environment, knowing that with the youth and the marginalised sectors of society fighting together for a better future nothing is impossible,” she says.”
  9. Chan (September 26, 2020). 4 Activists Of Colour On The Urgent Need To Counteract Environmental Racism. Vogue Britain. Condé Nast. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, 22[.] Lead convener of the Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines, in Manila”
  10. 10.0 10.1 Subingsubing (September 21, 2019). Philippines joins global wave of climate protests. INQUIRER.net. INQUIRER Group of Companies (IGC). Retrieved on February 19, 2021. ““The world is on fire anSchool strike for climated we refuse to inherit its ashes,” said Mitzi Jonelle Tan, lead convener of the Youth Advocates for Climate Action in the Philippines (Yacap) that led the strikes in UP [University of the Philippines].”
  11. Cabico (September 25, 2020). 'No Planet B': Filipino climate protectors want leaders to act immediately on climate crisis. Philstar.com. Philstar Global Corp.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. ““Typhoons, droughts, rising sea levels, we experience these every day. We are the second most vulnerable country in the world to the climate crisis, yet our contributions to global greenhouse gas emissions are so little,” Mitzi Jonelle Tan, international spokesperson of Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines, said.”
  12. De Vera-Ruiz (September 29, 2020). Environment advocates call for PH climate emergency action plan. Manila Bulletin. Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, international spokesperson of the leading climate strike group Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines said “the declaration of a climate emergency shouldn’t stop at just stating the obvious that there is one.””
  13. CBC Radio (September 25, 2020). 'We can't just be preaching to the choir': Why youth climate activists are taking to the streets amid pandemic. CBC. CBC/Radio-Canada. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “"Trying to raise awareness purely online is so difficult because it's so easy to ignore posts about the climate," said 22-year-old Mitzi Jonelle Tan, a Fridays for Future activist in the Philippines.”
  14. 14.0 14.1 Kia (November 18, 2020). Greta Thunberg, David Attenborough, and Environmentalism's White Saviour Problem. Popsugar.. Group Nine Media Inc.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Comments on behalf of Fridays For Future were provided by Mitzi Jonelle Tan (Youth Advocates For Climate Action Philippines), Ina-Maria Shikongo (Friday's For Future Windhoek, Namibia), Ayshka Najib (FFF Digital), Flora Beverley (UK), Sofía Gutiérrez (FFF Colombia), Disha A Ravi (FFF India), Chelsea Webster (Canada), and Helena Bennett (UK).”
  15. Goering (September 18, 2020). Climate strikers plan 'safe' return to protests, Greta Thunberg says. Reuters. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. ““We need to put people over profit and any politician that cannot prioritise this needs to step down now,” urged Mitzi Jonelle Tan, an activist from the Philippines.”
  16. Murray (November 10, 2020). 'We want real action': young activists aim to fill void on climate with Mock Cop26. The Guardian. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, a volunteer from Manila in the Philippines, also found the approach of Mock Cop26 refreshing. “They’re making sure that the voices of the most affected areas are amplified, and making sure that we have a space and we’re not just tokenised,” said the 22-year-old. “Being able to connect with 141 countries and build real relationships and connections – that’s what I’ll take away from it.””
  17. KJØLLESDAL (November 27, 2020). Unge aktivistar arrangerer klimatoppmøte: – Dei vaksne kan kopiere heimeleksa vår (Norwegian). Framtida.no. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Vi kan ikkje vente eit år til, fordi klimakrisa ventar ikkje eit år til, seier Mitzi Jonelle Tan på e-post til Framtida.no. 22-åringen frå Filippinane er ein av dei mange unge klimaaktivistane som reagerte med vantru då årets klimatoppmøte i Glasgow vart utsett til november 2021 grunna koronapandemien.”
  18. Hughes (December 8, 2020). Young climate activists adapt to pandemic world. the japan times. Archived from the original on January 24, 2021. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Tan’s activities in the Philippines are normally face-to-face, including going to classrooms to give talks about climate change.”
  19. Benjamin (November 10, 2020). Mock COP26: the young activists staging their own climate summit. Dazed Digital. Jefferson Hack, Rankin. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Phoebe Hanson: ... Personally, a highlight for me at our event will be the Philippines activist Mitzi Jonelle Tan, she has sent us the most incredible talk about what it’s like being an activist in a country where being an activist is seen as an act of terrorism.”
  20. Westwater (November 23, 2020). Young people take charge of climate crisis talks with Mock COP26. The Big Issue. Big Issue Company Ltd.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “COP26 president and UK Business Secretary Alok Sharma was scheduled to speak at the opening of the youth conference, ... Mock COP26 will direct attention to the countries most at risk from the climate crisis. That includes a talk from 22-year-old Mitzi Jonelle Tan, an activist based in the Philippines where a new anti-terrorism law described as “dangerous” by human rights campaigners puts climate activists at risk.”
  21. Rosane (November 19, 2020). Young Climate Leaders Launch Mock COP26 To Push for Climate Ambition. EcoWatch. Remedy Review LLC.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “"They're making sure that the voices of the most affected areas are amplified, and making sure that we have a space and we're not just tokenised," 22-year-old volunteer Mitzi Jonelle Tan from Manilla in the Philippines told The Guardian.”
  22. Davies (November 11, 2020). Climate activists urge Attenborough to pass the mic on Insta. Reuters. Group Nine Media Inc.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. ““The campaign focuses on making sure that youth activists, especially from the Global South are empowered and able to share their stories in their own way,” Mitzi Jonelle Tan, from Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.”
  23. Homewood (November 20, 2020). Climate Live international concert series announced for 2021. Music Week. Future. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, 23, convener of Youth Advocates For Climate Action Philippines, added: “We have just experienced four typhoons in the span of a month. ... This is the climate crisis, ... we desperately need more people out on the streets if we want to see change. Climate Live is the perfect way to do that.””
  24. Young climate activists demand action and inspire hope. UNICEF (January 18, 2021). Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Mitzi Jonelle Tan, an activist from Manila, has been campaigning for climate justice. As the Philippines was hit by two back-to-back hurricanes in 2020, her organization sprang into action – feeding the communities left hungry and asking them about their problems and how they felt after the storm. “This isn’t just about the weather and the environment. It’s about justice.””
  25. Standard Chartered, stop funding our destruction! (en-US). Bulatlat (February 8, 2021). Retrieved on March 20, 2021.
  26. Fridays for Future: Standard Chartered Must Stop 'Fueling the Climate Crisis' (en). www.vice.com. Retrieved on March 20, 2021.
  27. International Women's Day: Five women human rights leaders demand a more equal post-pandemic world (en-US). www.ohchr.org (March 3, 2021). Archived from the original on March 3, 2021. Retrieved on March 17, 2021.
  28. Welle (www.dw.com). What impact is hate speech having on climate activism around the world? | DW | October 29, 2020 (en-GB). DW.COM. Retrieved on March 25, 2021.
  29. Taylor (December 9, 2020). No such thing as 'sustainable' palm oil, says Indonesian youth activist. The Jakarta Post. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Khairunnisa, who is inspired by other climate activists such as Sweden's Greta Thunberg and Mitzi Jonelle Tan in the Philippines, said Jaga Rimba has advised student campaigns against deforestation on Sumatra island, in Kalimantan and Indonesia's easternmost region of Papua.”
  30. In nome della solidarietà climatica, ritornano i Fridays for Future (Italian). MO.be. Wereldmediahuis vzw. (September 25, 2020). Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Mitzi Jonelle Tan, un’attivista dei Fridays for Future di 22 anni, ha denunciato il governo delle Filippine per non essere riuscito a proteggere le persone sia dai cambiamenti climatici, sia dalla pandeia: “Danno priorità ai ricchi piuttosto che ai poveri, non stanno ascoltando la scienza“.”
  31. Climate protesters gather in person and online for Fridays for Future (en). the Guardian (March 19, 2021). Retrieved on March 20, 2021.
  32. Rocha (December 17, 2020). "Luchando por nuestro presente, no sólo por nuestro futuro": jóvenes retoman las huelgas globales por la crisis climática (Spanish). infobae. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “Los jóvenes agrupados en los movimientos de #FridaysForFuture de los países del MAPA (personas y zonas más afectadas, por sus siglas en inglés), Mitzi Jonelle Tan (Filipinas), Eyal Weintraub (Argentina), Disha A Ravi (India), Kevin Mtai (Kenya), Laura Verónica Muñoz (Colombia), se unieron a Greta Thunberg de Suecia para anunciar una nueva ola de huelgas climáticas mundiales ...”
  33. Queally (January 13, 2021). Youth Climate Movement Announces Next Global Strikes. Truthout. Ziggy West Jeffery. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. ““If we don’t act now, we won’t even have the chance to deliver on those 2030, 2050 targets that world leaders keep on talking about,” said Mitzi Jonelle Tan from the Philippines, one of the group’s organizers. “What we need now are not empty promises, but annual binding carbon targets and immediate cuts in emissions in all sectors of our economy.””
  34. Redazione (Editorial Staff) (January 22, 2021). "Politica continua a tradire le nuove generazioni", il 16 marzo sciopero contro la crisi climatica (Italian). Genova24.it. Edinet Srl.. Retrieved on February 19, 2021. “"If we don't act now, we won't even have a chance to achieve those 2030 and 2050 goals that world leaders keep talking about," said Mitzi Jonelle Tan from the Philippines.”