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.
Captain Mike Fincken of the Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior calls on the Philippines to Turn the Tide for a renewable energy future.
A first of its kind protest-at-sea, the ship was accompanied along Sarangani Bay by hundreds of small fishing boats to the shore beside the site of the proposed plant, where a team of fishermen formed the words "Clean Energy Now" using a at least...
Greenpeace Southeast Asia was established in March 2000 in Thailand and in the Philippines where it has had campaigning presence since 1998. The third office in the network was opened in Indonesia in 2005. In Indonesia, Greenpeace campaigns to...
Help us Turn The Tide.
Dong Abay, Coffee Break Island, Lady I, Count Kutu & The Balmers show their support for the Energy [R]evolution.
Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo addresses the need for urgent environmental action.
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