25 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, residents of the area are still exposed to the radiation. They depend on contaminated food and milk.
Let's get Facebook to run on clean, safe, renewable energy!
Crizel Valencia was diagnosed with Leukemia in 1999. She was part of a "cancer cluster" in the area of the ex U.S. bases where she was born and lived. Her disease was consistent with symptoms of people exposed to persistent organic pollutants...
Closing ceremony of Greenpeace's 2-day celebration of its 10 year anniversary at the Cultural Center of the Philippines' Harbor Square.
An international coalition of citizens' groups conducting waste audit in Manila Bay called to "Stop Trashing the Climate" as part of their 9th Global Day of Action against Waste and Incineration.
Critical Mass Ride for Renewable Energy co-organized by Greenpeace, Firefly Brigade and CYCAD in cooperation with the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Greenpeace established a regional office in Southeast Asia in 2000 and has been campaigning to protect forests, promote renewable energy, advocate sustainable agriculture and to stop water pollution.
Rainbow Warrior arrives in Manila to mark 10 years of Greenpeace in Southeast Asia.
“Umuulan sa Tag-araw” is a song about climate change composed by Noel Cabangon and donated to environmental activist organization, Greenpeace, to help in the advocacy of its Climate and Energy program.
Sarangani communities formed a giant human banner with the words "No to coal" in San Felipe Colon Elementary school just a few hundred meters away from the coal plant project site.
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