Greenpeace Philippines

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

  • 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 >

  • Feed 10,000 Journey: A path to food and cultural sovereignty

    Blogpost by Joan Meris - October 27, 2014 at 23:31 1 comment

    Feed 10,000 people in one month-this is the goal of Datu Victorino Saway of the Talaandig Tribe of Bukidnon.

    Known as “Datu Vic” or “Datu Migketay” in his community, he is an elder and leader of the Talaandig at Lantapan, Bukidnon. After 20 years o... Read more >

  • Food is life. And food is as precious and varied as life itself.

    Blogpost by Pat Cuonzo - October 16, 2014 at 16:53

    Today's hashtag #WFD2014 marks the day that the world dedicates to food and nutrition. We are celebrating World Food Day with Ida Frosk's Food Art.

    Celebrate Food Diversity

    Of course, it's easy to celebrate food and its variety if your plate is full…

    Just a few days ago t... Read more >

  • #BlogActionDay2014: A sustainable future is for all

    Blogpost by Jenny Tuazon - October 16, 2014 at 15:58
    Members of Greenpeace Philippines and climate change advocates march at the Roxas Boulevard in Manila on October 2, 2014, during the kick off the Climate Walk that starts at Kilometer One in Luneta. Climate Walk is a 40-day walk to Tacloban from Manila, dubbed as "A People's Wal for Climate Justice." From the Starting point at "Kilometer Zero" in Rizal Park, Manila, the groups will wakl 1000 kilometers. GREENPEACE PHOTO/NATHANIEL GARCIA

    With all the injustices happening everywhere in our planet today, I cannot help but wonder what a sustainable future will really look like or if my 2 nephews, ages 5 and 8, will ever get to experience it in their lifetime.

    The last two centuries ... Read more >

  • Cebu Food Diversity Fair

    Blogpost by Andrea Xayide Gaurana - October 13, 2014 at 15:11

    For an ordinary consumer like me, organic products do not seem commonplace in our readily accessible markets. We’re still stuck in the age of processed food, canned fruits, and packaged, well-labeled vegetables. Although I may have heard of organic fa... Read more >

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