Greenpeace Philippines

Bearing witness to an injustice means taking responsibility for that awareness.

  • The wheel of climate action turns slowly, but in Paris it has turned. There’s much in this deal that frustrates and disappoints me, but it still puts the fossil fuel industry squarely on the wrong side of history.

    Climate Action and Indigenous Rights Demand in ParisGreen groups and indigenous communities stood together in their demand for climate action and Indigenous Peoples Rights at COP21. Aurora, the famous Greenpeace giant polar bear, was brought to Le Bourget in Paris to add pressure on governments to agree an ambitious climate deal.9 Dec, 2015 © Joel Lukhovi / Survival Media Agency

    Parts of this deal have been dilut... Read more >

  • Could you go a year without buying new clothes?

    Blogpost by Chiara Milford - November 25, 2015 at 13:29

    The last time I bought something new to wear was July 2014: it was a pretty blue dress for my graduation. Since then, every piece of clothing that found it’s way into my closet has been bought second-hand, inherited or borrowed.

    Swearing off shopping... Read more >

  • What do you mean it's #NotJustTuna?

    Blogpost by Jezreel Belleza - November 21, 2015 at 13:02

    Do you know what's in our tuna cans? It's a ridiculous question because it really should be just tuna, right? Well, these tuna fishers say otherwise

    “...We are not being treated as humans, but more like animals.”

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    Over the last few month...

  • Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,

    First, let me congratulate you and your cabinet on your historic win. The values you stand for are a glimmer of hope in this bleak and dreary world.

    Some 103 container vans containing garbage from Canada arrived on Philipp... Read more >

  • Fighting for Climate Justice means looking after our neighbors

    Blogpost by Fr. Edwin Gariguez - November 15, 2015 at 11:40

    As I write this, more than 700 people from the Philippines’ Lumad indigenous communities in Mindanao reached the city of Manila to make their plight known.

    The plight of the Lumad community in the Philippines is part of a worldwide phenomenon rooted in the same global economic system that breeds violence, exploitation, pollution, and climate change. (Image: © AC Dimatatac / © AC Dimatatac /

    The 1,500-kilometer Lumad caravan culminated October 26, as... Read more >

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