Greenpeace activists in the Philippines wearing swim trunks and carrying life buoys, protested in front of the Department of Energy (DoE) in Manila, 21 July 2006 with the words “Act Now!” emblazoned on their chests.
Climate change, global warming and the greenhouse effect refer to the same global environmental problem. It will have significant impacts on every nation on the planet. Increasing climate-related catastrophes such as drought, floods, storm surges...
The PNOC announced that they were withdrawing their proposal to construct a coal mine and coal plant in Isabela in a meeting earlier today with Isabela Anti-Coal Mine Mouth Alliance and Greenpeace.
Asian scientists today revealed studies which detail the region's economic losses as well as severe threats to human life and the environment due to climate change. Scientific publications authored by Dr Kansri Boonprakob (Thailand) and Dr...
Developing countries in Asia, like Thailand and the Philippines tend to suffer most from the catastrophic impacts of global warming unless alleviation measures are taken with urgency.
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