Greenpeace Philippines

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  • Climate inaction is unacceptable

    Blogpost by Dee Paje - November 5, 2014 at 15:49

    Although the municipality of Motiong, Samar have had zero casualty during typhoons for the past years, the people now live in constant uncertainty due to the erratic weather.

    Aling Pacita, a resident of Motiong.

    The people of Motiong said they were not affected by Yolanda last year. T... Read more >

  • The state of constant uncertainty

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - November 4, 2014 at 19:19

    After an 18-KM walk in the blazing sunset between Catbalogan and Mationg, Samar we strolled around the surrounding communities to talk and spend time with the people who have recently been hit by Typhoon Glenda (Rammasun) which hit their area last Jul... Read more >

  • Week 4 Leg (second part of a three-part series blog on Climate Walk)

    Being part of the Climate Walk gave me the opportunity to provide assistance to the engagement of the climate advocates with the communities. We talked to people and listened to the... Read more >

  • Home stretch to ground zero

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - November 3, 2014 at 17:59

    Today marks the last week of the Climate Walk, we're now on our home stretch to ground-zero in Tacloban.

    The walk took a pause from the daily 30-40KM walk and spent the day participating in various local and youth-led activities that were conducted f... Read more >

  • Week 4 Leg (first part of a three-part series blog)

    My week-long stint at the Climate Walk started in Naga City, which is almost halfway through 40 days of walking towards typhoon Yolanda's ground zero. I was welcomed with warm smiles and hugs from t... Read more >

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