Greenpeace today moved to Subic today with its campaign to demand that the US Government take responsibility for toxic cleanups at its former military bases in the Philippines.
Greenpeace today removed a former United States military airbase transformer which was leaking extremely toxic industrial chemicals (PCBs) into the environment in a residential area of Mabalacat, in the Philippines.
Highlighting the role of industries as a major source of pollution in the Pasig River, Greenpeace activists in inflatable boats today posted signs on two companies that were discharging toxic effluents into the River.
The International environmental group Greenpeace together with allies from the recently formed Eco-Waste Coalition today urged the Estrada government to stop the construction of new landfills and channel its energies instead into real solutions...
The Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior arrived in Manila Tuesday on the third leg of an Asian tour against pollution, escorted by dragon boats of the Amateur Rowing Association of the Philippines amid the festive and pounding beat of Filipino...
The Rainbow Warrior, Greenpeace's flagship and foremost messenger of peace and environmental harmony will be arriving in Manila next week on the third leg of an Asian tour for a toxic free future.
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