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Aquino government’s dependence on coal is costing the Philippines its climate

Press release | July 25, 2014 at 14:00

Quezon City, Philippines, 25 July 2014 – The Philippine government’s continued fixation with coal-fired power plants as our main energy source will push the country to more climate catastrophes that will cost the economy, as well as endanger the...

Year 2013 in Pictures

Image gallery | December 31, 2013

Greenpeace Philippines' Top 12 Facebook Posts of 2013

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | December 28, 2013

We are truly grateful to all our friends on Facebook who have shown continuing support to our campaigns through liking, sharing and commenting to every post that we share. This year is a blast for Greenpeace Philippines Facebook page ...

Save our Seas

Image gallery | July 11, 2013

Revisiting Apo

Blog entry by Daniel Ocampo | July 11, 2013

I first came to Apo Island in Dauin, Negros Oriental in the 1990s to accompany several international delegates participating in a study tour on Coastal Resource Management.  Our objective was to show a model marine reserve wherein the...

Hope amid devastation in Apo Island

Image gallery | July 10, 2013

Hope amid devastation in one of the world’s best marine sanctuaries

Feature story | July 10, 2013 at 17:18

Divers from Silliman University, Coastal Conservation and Education foundation, and Greenpeace today surveyed the massive coral damage in Apo Island. The documentation of the reef check in Apo Island is part of the activities around the visit of...

Ocean Defender Tour starts in one of the country’s oldest marine sanctuaries

Press release | July 9, 2013 at 12:08

Apo Island, Dauin, Negros Oriental – The largest ship in the Greenpeace fleet, Esperanza, arrived today in Apo Island, home to one of the country’s oldest community-managed marine reserves, to mark the start of its three week journey from the...

Greenpeace unveils moving images of climate change impacts in Southeast Asia

Press release | June 4, 2013 at 19:21

Quezon City— Greenpeace Southeast Asia yesterday launched a unique photo exhibition that highlights the environmental damage and human suffering that climate change has caused in the Philippines and the rest of Southeast Asia.

Re-affirming women’s struggle for climate justice

Blog entry by Joan Meris | March 6, 2013

Anthropogenic climate change is a proven science, whether or not people want to believe it. We are already threading 396 parts per million (ppm) of atmospheric carbon dioxide, way beyond the 350 ppm upper safety limit to avoid...

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