Greenpeace Climate Defenders Camp

Photo | June 6, 2011

Nasir Jambang, son of Pak Dani Jambang, a local fisherman who guided a Greenpeace team, outside his fishermen family's cottage on the Serkap river, in the deep intact peatland rainforest in Kampar Peninsula. The local population is heavily affected by the deforestation, which causes the land to dry out before the forest is turned into acacia or oil palm plantations. Enormous amounts of nutrients are drained out acidifying rivers, lakes and water streams. Since 1998 the fishing catch has dropped by 70 percent.

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Rainbow Warrior in Guimaras

Video | February 24, 2018 at 14:30

During ceremonies coinciding with the visit of the Greenpeace flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, to the province, Guimaras Governor Samuel T. Gumarin and the municipal mayors of the island today declared Guimaras as the first coal-free province in...

Balangaw: Rainbow Warrior in Manila

Video | February 23, 2018 at 15:33

Wrap up of the Rainbow Warrior's Climate Justice Ship Tour 2018 in Manila

What's happening to our oceans?

Video | February 17, 2018 at 11:45

Coral reefs are some of the most diverse and valuable ecosystems on Earth. This video enlightens us about the status of coral reefs in the Philippines, its importance, its ecological and economic contribution not just in the Philippines but...

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