Greenpeace Philippines

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

  • Para sa Sining: Inclusivity and art for environmental movement

    Blogpost by Micah Pinto - October 28, 2016 at 18:41

    It was a bright, sunny day that welcomed everyone who came for the technology fair.  A far cry from what happened just a few days before the event, when Supertyphoon Lawin was sweeping across towns, destroying homes and villages.  Recent events would ... Read more >

  • Climate is changing, food and agriculture must too

    Blogpost by Wilhemina Pelegrina - October 16, 2016 at 2:00 2 comments

    Typhoon Haiyan challenged Filipinos on all fronts. We were witness to the damages it caused to lives and livelihoods. We saw our failure in securing our food and agriculture with the collapse of Tacloban’s food system. We heard stories of looting, res... Read more >

  • symbolic trial being held in The Hague, Netherlands this week could shape the future of the food we eat. Agrochemical giant Monsanto faces people who have suffered from the corporation's greed-driven approach to agriculture. Communities around the w... Read more >

  • Why is CITES important for us Filipinos?

    Blogpost by Dennis Bryan Bait-it - September 29, 2016 at 20:59

    After traveling thousands of miles from the beautiful island paradise of Malapascua in the Philippines, I am now in Johannesburg, South Africa, to tell the stories about how thresher sharks are valuable not just to our oceans, but to our community as ... Read more >

  • New Zealander cycles the Philippines coasts to raise awareness about ocean plastic

    Blogpost by Abigail Aguilar - September 28, 2016 at 15:52

    Anna Dawson is no stranger to Philippine coastlines, having lived and worked in the country since 2008. However, her next challenge will be one of the biggest yet. From September to December 2016, the New Zealander is cycling 2,000km along the coasts ... Read more >

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