Greenpeace report on how consumer goods companies are fueling big oil's plastic expansion
Many of us will remember how, at the end of 2020, the Philippines grappled with a Climate Emergency while in the middle of the pandemic. The devastation left in ....
Extreme rising sea levels and flooding is a threat to coastal cities. Greenpeace East Asia selected seven cities in Asia that are economic centers and are located on or close…
To be part of the solution to the climate crisis, power companies must urgently shift to renewable energy.
This year, Greenpeace Southeast Asia celebrates its 20th year of making change and creating impact for the people and planet.
Air pollution doesn’t have to be an inescapable reality. The ECQ gave Filipino citizens a glimpse of what cities can be like with vastly improved air quality. It also showed…
A policy paper that looks at current waste and importation laws to identify gaps and loopholes that allow waste trade to happen.
A groundbreaking report from Greenpeace Southeast Asia and the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) about the global cost of air pollution from fossil fuels.
ASEAN member States need to take concrete policy actions to address the labour and environmental issues and ensure that modern slavery at sea becomes a thing of the past.
Coal expansion by the Philippines’ biggest energy companies will hinder the country’s transition to a low carbon future, and can lock the Philippines into at least two more decades of