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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Impacts of a 2-month dry spell in North Cotabato

Video | April 20, 2015 at 13:41

In response to mounting concerns about the possible impact of a weak El Niño on Filipino farmers, Greenpeace Philippines is calling on both the national and local governments to adopt and support policies and programs to help transition the...

El Niño in North Cotabato

Image gallery | April 20, 2015

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