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Post Yolanda, the Philippines needs a decentralized energy future

Press release | December 6, 2013 at 11:51

Manila— Greenpeace today welcomed the Philippine government’s moves to immediately start rehabilitation and reconstruction work urgently needed in Eastern Visayas, following the aftermath of supertyphoon Yolanda (international name Haiayan).

Greenpeace statement on Typhoon Haiyan

Press release | November 10, 2013 at 7:00

Manila, Philippines - Greenpeace would like to extend our heartfelt sympathy to our fellow Filipinos in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan that claimed more than 100 lives and displaced more than 750,000 people in less than 48 hours. We salute the...

Which path should Myanmar choose?

Blog entry by Von Hernandez | May 10, 2013

Greenpeace Southeast Asia visited Yangon, Myanmar between 3-6 May 2013 for two exciting activities – co-hosting a Climate Changes Solutions roundtable discussion and a meeting with Nobel laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. Shwedagon...

The Southeast Asian monsoon, the Arctic and Singapore

Blog entry by Zelda DT Soriano | July 31, 2013

They are very much connected although Southeast Asia and the Arctic are about 6,000 miles apart. The rush to exploit the resources of the northern Arctic region will exacerbate the climate change impacts of the already melting Arctic.

Wagering on Warsaw: COP19 and the Philippines

Blog entry by Rex Barrer | November 11, 2013

As I await the start of the 19th Conference of Parties (COP19) on Climate Change tomorrow to be held here in Warsaw, I try to reflect on its significance for me. How earthshaking or exciting will this opportunity be for me? ...

Is this how our future will look like?

Blog entry by Szabina | August 9, 2012

Try and imagine what it would be like to wake up one day, look outside the window and discover that your home has disappeared.  This is what happened in Manila on Tuesday, when more than half of the sprawling metropolis was...

World has only 100 days left to achieve fair global climate deal, warn civil society...

Feature story | August 28, 2009 at 6:00

The world has only 100 days to go before governments must agree on a new global climate treaty that will protect millions of lives and the planet’s ecosystem from devastating climate change impacts, civil society groups warned.

Tuvalu e! Not even the dead are safe.

Blog entry by Chuck Baclagon | February 26, 2010

Shirley Atatagi, one our political advisors, is currently in Tuvalu for the King Tides Festival sends us another update from the Pacific. Read her previous blog post here Today marks the first day of the Tuvalu King Tides...

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