Greenpeace renews call for PH ban on single-use plastics
A group of fishermen and young environmental advocates from Bataan today called on the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) to stand up for fishing communities heavily impacted by climate-polluting firms.
The groups said the decision is a huge win for Filipinos and other climate-impacted communities around the world as it orders Shell to radically change its business model throughout its…
The Filipino people need an accessible, equitable, inclusive, sustainable, and people-centered approach to the COVID19 vaccination program and not a business-oriented venture that will pose long-term threats to our health…
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) just announced that it will stop financing dirty coal energy.
We call on the PH gov't to prioritize the systemic changes needed to protect Filipinos from harms aggravated by the climate crisis.
Greenpeace today challenged Meralco, one of the country’s biggest energy companies, to abandon fossil fuels and re-orient their business towards renewable energy.
The groups said heavy-polluting businesses must not pass the onus of reducing carbon emissions to individuals.
#BreakFreeFromPlastic movement revealed the top 10 local corporate plastic polluters in the PH
The DENR recently raised concerns over medical wastes, such as face masks and PPE affecting dive sites and coral reefs.