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Step up and volunteer for Greenpeace!

Blog entry by Khristine Arellano | June 26, 2016

Because of the academic calendar shift in my university, the idea of turning on the travel #OOTD and dipping in some of the country’s incredible beaches are now slashed off my to-do list this vacation. With the heavy rains and strong...

Climate Litigations: Opening new fronts in the battle for climate justice

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | June 22, 2016

Recent climate research identifying the major contributors of greenhouse gas emission polluting our atmosphere has opened up new possibilities in the realm of demanding justice for people and communities who have become the most...

A Father's Day

Blog entry by Francisco Noveda | June 19, 2016

“A bus ride will take you two to three hours, stuck in traffic during peak hours.” “As if for a blockbuster movie, snaking lines of people patiently queue to ride public transport.” “Thousands of smoke-belching vehicles snail...

Healthy Oceans, Healthy Seatizens, Healthy Planet

Blog entry by Vince Cinches | June 8, 2016

Summer has gone but most of us are left with stories to tell about our Instagram-worthy love affairs with the ocean: the massive surfing waves, the vibrant underwater world, the fine white beaches, the secret lagoons, and the hundreds...

The Challenge of Change

Blog entry by Angelica Carballo-Pago | June 5, 2016

So, the Presidential elections were done; our votes have been marked, counted, and declared. Filipinos want change. Congratulations, Mr. Rody Duterte, for challenging us to step out of our comfort zones and to try something new – be it...

What pictures will my children be taking for future World Environment Days?

Blog entry by Grace Duran-Cabus | June 3, 2016

In 2009, I became the Southeast Asia photo editor for an environmental organization: Greenpeace. It wasn’t easy for me, since I knew I will be working with many professional photographers working in different countries, with different...

Stopping Thai Union from trashing our seas


Blog entry by Arifsyah Nasution | May 17, 2016

I’m onboard the Greenpeace ship, the Esperanza, in the Western Indian Ocean on an important tuna quest. Tuna is probably the most popular seafood commodity out there. People eat it for a number of reasons, mostly as a convenient and...

Look in the Mirror: Love or the devil on this fateful May day?

Blog entry by JP Agcaoili | April 30, 2016

“May Day Eve”, the short story written by the late Nick Joaquin, National Artist for Literature, is premised on an old custom which says that if you hold a candle up to a mirror on May Day Eve (the evening of May 1) and chant a certain...

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