Greenpeace Southeast Asia is proud to present its 2014 Annual Report. As as regional office with our team of staff and supporters spread across Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines, and with a growing presence in Malaysia, Myanmar and in the Lower Mekong region, Greenpeace Southeast Asia is at the front lines of some of the world’s most serious environmental battles.​

In 2014 we were able to:

  • Halt the development of two planned coal power plants and shared the negative impacts of coal on the environment and on local economies – busting the myth of ‘clean coal’
  • Achieved policy changes to conserve our shared marine resources and defend our oceans • Successfully campaigned for toxic-free fashion, engaging with global brands, such as adidas, in committing to eliminate hazard- ous chemicals in their processes
  • Secured five companies to commit to No Deforestation policies including Wilmar International, the world’s largest palm oil trader. Stopped the commercialization of GE ‘golden’ rice and Bt eggplant in the Philippines with strengthened comm- unity resistance, continued legal challenge, heightened public debates and showcasing working solutions including respon siveness of ecological farmers (for example, in our Typhoon Hagupit response we facilitated farmer to farmer seed re sponse)

Our successes in 2014 are due to the tireless efforts of all Greenpeace Southeast Asia staff, volunteers, supporters and allies, and we have much to be proud of. There are, however, still many challenges ahead.

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