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Water Patrol TV

Multimedia hub | September 12, 2012 at 19:04

Water Patrol TV (WPTV) serves as a venue for the Water Patrol to showcase its work especially in the field, conducting education campaigns, investigating, taking samples, stopping pollution, covering community actions, engaging corporates and...

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Water Patrol Expedition

Hub | September 9, 2012 at 13:23

Join the Water Patrol Expedition as we identify where the pollution in the Marikina River comes from.

Tweet the water facts

Page | September 10, 2012 at 16:18

Your tweets are an incredibly powerful way for information to reach thousands of people. Help us spread these facts about water to remind people how essential it is for life.

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Your pipe, our poison? We have the right to know!

Feature story | November 3, 2010 at 13:17

Greenpeace Water Patrol activists today highlighted factory discharge pipes along the Marikina River and posted warning signs to call attention to the fact that no policy exists to ensure that chemical effluents from factories are not toxic. The...

What we're doing

Page | September 28, 2010 at 20:33

Clean water is a right that should be enjoyed by everyone. Today, however, this right is being violated by industrial activities that destroy the country's freshwater ecosystems and threaten our health. The chemical crisis and climate change will...

Greenpeace demands Zero Discharge Policy

Feature story | August 27, 2010 at 13:00

Greenpeace asked Filipinos “Ano ang nasa tubig mo?” (“Do you know what’s in your water?”) to elicit their participation in the campaign for immediate implementation of a mandatory chemical disclosure system for industries, and to eliminate...

Reflections of a Water Bender

Blog entry by Rico Abayon | July 9, 2014

Three years ago, a community-based theatre group that I’m proudly part of joined the Water Patrol Caravan to facilitate an acting workshop to different barangays around our city, with participants producing short plays  focused on...

International Coastal Clean-up Day

Feature story | September 18, 2010 at 19:30

Greenpeace called for full public disclosure of industrial discharges into freshwater sources, citing the dangers posed by toxic effluents and the public’s right to know the composition of such discharges into water bodies like the Laguna de Bay.

The power of a collective voice

Blog entry by Haydee Illenberger | March 13, 2013

This time of the year is probably the most exhilarating period in a student’s life. All those long nights of burning the midnight oil to complete one’s thesis alongside gazillion of long exams to study for are finally over. After all,...

Get dirty cleaning up Laguna de Bay on International Coastal Clean Up Day

Blog entry by Clemence Bourrin | September 23, 2013

It’s 3am in the Greenpeace office in Quezon City. Metro Manila is still suspiciously quiet, and the volunteer team still quite sleepy. We put on our Water Patrol shirts, get into the van, and get started for the long day coming ahead.

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