Greenpeace Philippines

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

  • Summer has gone but most of us are left with stories to tell about our Instagram-worthy love affairs with the ocean: the massive surfing waves, the vibrant underwater world, the fine white beaches, the secret lagoons, and the hundreds of beautiful, of... Read more >

  • The Challenge of Change

    Blogpost by Angelica Carballo-Pago - June 4, 2016 at 22:16

    So, the Presidential elections were done; our votes have been marked, counted, and declared. Filipinos want change. Congratulations, Mr. Rody Duterte, for challenging us to step out of our comfort zones and to try something new – be it being amenable ... Read more >

  • What pictures will my children be taking for future World Environment Days?

    Blogpost by Grace Duran-Cabus - June 3, 2016 at 20:00

    In 2009, I became the Southeast Asia photo editor for an environmental organization: Greenpeace. It wasn’t easy for me, since I knew I will be working with many professional photographers working in different countries, with different nationalities, c... Read more >

  • Stopping Thai Union from trashing our seas


    Blogpost by Arifsyah Nasution - May 17, 2016 at 11:10

    I’m onboard the Greenpeace ship, the Esperanza, in the Western Indian Ocean on an important tuna quest.

    Tuna is probably the most popular seafood commodity out there. People eat it for a number of reasons, mostly as a convenient and healthy snack. But... Read more >

  • Look in the Mirror: Love or the devil on this fateful May day?

    Blogpost by JP Agcaoili - April 30, 2016 at 17:43

    “May Day Eve”, the short story written by the late Nick Joaquin, National Artist for Literature, is premised on an old custom which says that if you hold a candle up to a mirror on May Day Eve (the evening of May 1) and chant a certain incantation, yo... Read more >

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