Defend our Oceans

Pledge to save the Philippine Seas

The oceans should be everyone’s concern.

We need to take action to conserve and protect what’s left of our marine resources while at the same time working to change the systems and practices that cause its present destruction.

Spread the word about the need to protect the seas

Greenpeace is campaigning to end illegal and pirate fishing, reduce fishing efforts, and establish marine reserves, or ocean sanctuaries, in the Western & Central Pacific seas, as well as in other parts of the world.

The establishment of these ocean sanctuaries is urgently needed to protect marine species and their habitats. This could be key to reversing global fisheries decline.

Save our Seas

All of us together have the power to defend our oceans, sign up and share your pledge to signify your commitment in doing your part for healthy oceans.

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More than 70% of Manila Bay wastes consist of plastic bags and packaging.

10 out of 13 fishing grounds in the Philippines are heavily exploited.

80% of the coral reefs in the Philippines are threatened due to overfishing and climate change.


I pledge to help rehabilitate mangroves by participating in mangrove planting activities.

By 2050, coastal communities will be more vulnerable to storms and fish stocks will drop by 50% due to climate change.

I pledge to spread the word about the need to take care of our seas

I pledge to spread the word about the need to save our seas.

I pledge to report illegal and destructive fishing activities.

Report IUU fishing

I pledge to eat sustainably-caught fish.

Eat sustainably-caught fish

The Philippines is among the largest fish producers in the world.

The Philippines is among the largest fish producers in the world

There is an urgent need for a broad movement of people, groups, and communities to work together to defend our oceans now. Join the fight for our common future.

Sign up and be an Ocean Defender!

Other things you can do

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