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Is our water safe? A broad study of surface, ground, and drinking water sources in...

Publication | October 8, 2007 at 6:00

In 2007, a broad study was carried out by Greenpeace to investigate the quality of various surface and ground water systems in four countries, including the Philippines.

The state of water in the Philippines

Publication | October 8, 2007 at 6:00

This report gathers available information regarding water resources in the Philippines, focusing on the issues of pollution, especially of drinking water and freshwater sources, and water scarcity. It also reviews the country’s existing legal and...

Ties that bind: Regulatory capture in the country’s GMO approval process

Publication | October 2, 2007 at 13:37

The Philippines is one of the more GMO-friendly countries of Southeast Asia. Trade and development of GMO (genetically modified) crops and products is a major part of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyos’ economic policy. It is number three in the...

Green Guide to Electronics: Fourth Edition

Publication | July 10, 2007 at 14:50

We first released our 'Guide to Greener Electronics' in August 2006. The guide ranks the 14 top manufacturers of personal computers and mobile phones according to their policies on toxic chemicals and recycling. In this fourth issue of the...

Simple lang: Energy Revolution Toolkit

Publication | July 7, 2007 at 6:00

Greenpeace challenges each of us to be energy-conscious by integrating positive, climate-friendly habits to one’s lifestyle without compromising practicality and convenience. At present, the Philippines' main electricity source comes from...

IPCC briefing on Khun Samutchine

Publication | May 4, 2007 at 15:40

The small coastal village of Khun Samutchine, in Samut Prakan province, south of Bangkok is the first community in Thailand, to suffer the direct impacts of coastal erosion caused by climate change.

Merbau’s Last Stand: How Industrial Logging Is Driving the Destruction of the...

Publication | April 17, 2007 at 17:17

The demand for high end luxury flooring and furniture in China, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and other markets is driving the tree species, merbau, to commercial extinction. A new Greenpeace report reveals how merbau has been severely...

The Philippines: A Climate Hotspot Climate Change Impacts and the Philippines

Publication | April 3, 2007 at 6:00

The Philippines is a climate hotspot, vulnerable to some of the worst manifestations of climate change. As a developing country, with very little access to vital resources, it has a low ability to adapt and a lower ability to cope with...

Indonesian deforestation factsheet

Publication | March 16, 2007 at 14:40

Indonesia is a very large country with a total area covering 1,919,440 km2. The large area makes Indonesia the fourth largest country in Asia after China, India and Saudi Arabia1. In 2003, based on the United Nations’ estimate, Indonesia is the...

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