For the first time in its long history, the Rainbow Warrior is sailing in the name of Climate Justice!

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The Rainbow Warrior will be connecting people and their stories, as well as surfacing stories yet untold, about the impacts of the climate crisis on our rights as human beings – our right to life, the right to health, the right to our culture and way-of-life, the right to livelihood, the right to an adequate standard of living for one’s self and family, the right to a balanced and healthful ecology.

Like the balangaw (a Filipino term for “rainbow”) these people’s stories represent the different facets of life that make it light. They are diverse and they herald Hope.

Join us and be part of the stories of hope and positive action as we become the generation that reclaims our right to a stable climate and safe environment.

Tour Dates RW Tour 2018

City Venue Date Registration
Manila Manila Port 17-18 February 2018  Closed :(
Tacloban Tacloban Port 3-4 March 2018 Closed :(

  

A Brief History

The Rainbow Warrior has been the heart and soul of Greenpeace global campaigning for over 40 years. She’s been raided, rammed, shot at and bombed but the spirit of the Warrior is stronger than ever. After French Government agents bombed the first ship in Auckland harbour in 1985, she was laid to rest in Matauri Bay. Her replacement then picked up the baton and led from the front for over 21 years before being retired. Now the new Rainbow Warrior – the first purpose built Greenpeace ship - is leading the campaign for a cleaner, smarter, more innovative future.

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Is The Future Calling?

Blog entry by Fiona Jade Lim | December 5, 2016

Job well done, Greenpeace! One of their global campaigns is to have interconnected ocean sanctuaries and Cebu led the call for national protection of sharks in the Philippines . Milestones like this look and sound easy to accomplish...

The world unites, vulnerable countries inspire – but there’s hard work ahead

Blog entry by Jennifer Morgan | November 18, 2016

I have attended countless UN Climate conferences during the past two decades, but Marrakech will be among the more memorable, and not just because there was a  sense of renewed determination here in the face of the election of Donald...

Cebu Leads Call for National Protection of Sharks

Press release | November 15, 2016 at 15:04

Cebu City, 15 November 2016 – A hundred of Cebuanos, advocates, NGOs, and fisherfolk joined the festive shark parade this morning in Cebu City to call for the city’s commitment to protect shark species. From Pasil Fish Market the shark parade...

Super Typhoon Haiyan 3 years on: Big Polluters and Governments must act to stop...

Press release | November 8, 2016 at 16:58

Leyte, Philippines; Nov. 8, 2016 - As thousands gather today in Tacloban to commemorate the anniversary of Super Typhoon Yolanda’s (Haiyan) devastating landfall three years ago, fossil fuel companies - a.k.a. the Big Polluters - are being...

I survived the strongest typhoon to ever hit the Philippines. But my family didn’t.

Blog entry by Joanna Sustento | November 8, 2016

Imagine this… “Super Typhoon Haiyan is moving over the Philippines this weekend bringing with it winds close to 200 miles per hour…” – ABC World News An elderly couple walk past rubble left by the damage caused by Typhoon...

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