Greenpeace Philippines

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  • Nuclear Energy Myth

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - March 10, 2009 at 16:07

    This is in response to the front-page article titled "Nuke energy key to stem climate change" (3/2/09), which is about the nuclear industry’s claim that nuclear power has a role in climate change mitigation.

    Nuclear power in fact undermines climate pro... Read more >

  • Photos that speak thousands of words

    Blogpost by AC Dimatatac - March 5, 2009 at 20:22 1 comment

    Photography has always been a powerful tool of communication. It is one of the new media forms that helps change perception and even the structure of society. This is proven by the photo exhibit we put up last Feb 28, 2009 at Malate Church. The exhi... Read more >

  • Arne Naess at the opening of the Greenpeace office in Oslo, 1988 (c) Henrik Laurvik NTB/Scanpix - used under licence
    Arne Naess at the opening of the Greenpeace office in Oslo, 1988 (c) Henrik Laurvik NTB/Scanpix - used under licence

    Those who love wild nature and work toward a day when humankind might inhabit this abundant planet with greater wonder, humility, and... Read more >

  • A visual metaphor for the BNPP

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - February 27, 2009 at 17:05

    Drawings or comic strip containing a political or social messages, related to current events or personalities, are commonly called 'editorial cartoons,' they serve as  visual metaphors and caricatures that explain complicated political situations, and... Read more >

  • There is strength in numbers

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - February 24, 2009 at 11:23

    "Not in our backyard!" was the common sentiment of the mass that gathered in the prayer rally against the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant.

    Under normal circumstances no one would bathe in the heat of noon. Noontime here in the Philippines temperatures rise ... Read more >

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