Greenpeace Philippines

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  • Why Climate Denial Is a Human Rights Violation

    Blogpost by Anna Abad - August 9, 2016 at 16:09

    Exxon, the fossil fuel industry, and their colossal denial scheme enabled runaway climate change with severe impacts on people all over the world — not just in the U.S.

    Veronica “Derek” Cabe speaks to reporters about The Philippines Commission on Human Rights' investigation into fossil fuel companies for climate-related human rights violations.  © Nicolas Chauveau / Greenpeace

    “We’ve been affected for so long by storms, droughts … by extreme weather, no... Read more >

  • Leaked: The strategy behind Shell’s low emissions PR push

    Blogpost by Georgie Johnson and Damian Kahya, EnergyDesk - July 11, 2016 at 16:04

    Shell is targeting journalists, policy-makers and millennials with a new strategy to position the oil major as a leading light on the path to a ‘net-zero emissions’ future, according to a leaked document seen by Energydesk.  

    The document – a project... Read more >

  • Food, fasting and the meaning of Ramadan

    Blogpost by Francisco Noveda - July 6, 2016 at 16:44

    Pumpkins, squash flowers, water spinach and other vegetables are rich in vitamins (including pro-vitamin A) and minerals. These vegetables are widely available in local markets of the Philippines or can be grown in backyards and communal gardens.What is the right diet? When do we really need to eat? Protein from meat or protein from vegetables? Slow food or fast food? Organically grown or genetically modified? Halal or Haram?

    Countless debates about food happen throughout our planet, with wo... Read more >

  • Which fashion brands are going toxic-free?

    Blogpost by Kirsten Brodde - July 5, 2016 at 13:25

    It was a massive step when Adidas, Puma and Nike promised to go toxic-free by 2020. But when we turned our attention to other companies, the rest of the industry put up resistance.

    “It’s not feasible what Greenpeace wants us to do,” companies would s... Read more >

  • Food security can’t wait for GE’s empty promises

    Blogpost by Herman van Bekkem and Wilhelmina Pelegrina - July 1, 2016 at 10:07

    Rice Farmers Planting Rice in the Philippines. 23 Jan 2014, © Greenpeace / John Novis

    Across vast tracts of the Philippines, farmers are adapting their farming methods to withstand climate change. They're producing food in times of drought and typhoons through resilient forms of ecological agriculture. Meanwhile some scientists are s...

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