Greenpeace Philippines

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  • Too much work, not enough people

    Blogpost by Mitch Rosal - October 1, 2009 at 12:50

    Direct Dialogue CampaignersSince 2005, Greenpeace has been campaigning against environmental destruction and degradation through the Direct Dialogue Program here in the Philippines. Greenpeace booths usually located within malls are venues for us to talk to people about current... Read more >

  • Share your Typhoon Ondoy story

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 29, 2009 at 16:14 4 comments

    We'd like to hear your stories ... Read more >

    • 6:46 AM murasaki - let's help one another for the cause of our world [:
    • 6:46 AM murasaki - let's help one another for the cause of our world [:
    • 5:05 AM Riczzyab - I think God really did this. To let us...
  • safecss

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 29, 2009 at 10:55

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  • Have scientist, will travel

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 28, 2009 at 13:41
    Dr. Paul Johnson
    Dr. Paul Johnson

    Yes, it’s true, we do indeed have scientists. And some days, we even let them out of the lab.

    Today is one of those days.  Our Greenpeace Chief Scientist, Dr Paul Johnston, has travelled from our international laboratory at the Universi... Read more >

  • The waters have now subsided…

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - September 28, 2009 at 12:49 3 comments
    Residents and workers take refuge on rooftops as water rises at Barasoain and Wilson Street in Little Baguio in San Juan City.  Located at a hilly part of the metro, residents and local offiicials were caught unprepared by the rising water in the area.  Residents said that it was the first time they saw the creek overflowed that way.
    Residents and workers take refuge on rooftops as water rises at Barasoain and Wilson Street in Little Baguio in San Juan City. Located at a hilly part of the metro, residents and local offiicials were caught unprepared by the rising water in the area...
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