Urge ASEAN to protect our environmental rights
Remind ASEAN leaders that environmental rights—the right to clean water, air and a healthy environment—are human rights, too.
Manila, Philippines, 20 May 2014—The protection of Southeast Asia’s natural and human resource base must be ensured as the region moves towards economic integration in 2015 and beyond. This was the pronouncement made by regional policy experts,...
Greenpeace's Solar Generation and Jitasa joined 2009 Children's Day activity at the Thai Government House. They provided knowledge about global warming's impacts and simple ways to stop it and demonstrated solar cell equipment which can be used...
Young feminists’ reflection on gender and environmental activism
“There is nothing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.” - Audre Lorde
This March marks the International Women’s Month, a...
1. Switch off.
Remembering to switch off unnecessary lights, appliances, etc., contributes a big amount when you consider that a lot of people leave electrical equipment running even when they're not in use.
Greenpeace is launching GPTV, a bi-monthly reportage of regional and international Greenpeace news and events, uploaded on a dedicated YouTube channel and promoted through the Greenpeace website and social media.
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