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Bishop Santos, tiwalang hindi papayagan ng taga-Bataan ang pagbuhay sa BNPP

Taong 2016 nang ipag-utos ng dating Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang pagpapatupad ng Nuclear Energy Program bilang pagkukunan ng kuryente

Panukalang ayusin at gamitin ang BNPP, tinutulan ng Diocese of Bataan

Tiniyak ni Bishop Ruperto Santos ng Balanga ang pagbibigay tuon sa pangangalaga at pagsusulong sa kabutihan ng kapaligiran

Pastoral letter: ‘The Diocese of Balanga has spoken against and stands...

We don’t want to put life on the brink of danger, in the shadow of impending death, and in a future with no certainty of goodness

Balanga diocese reiterates opposition to revival of nuclear plant

“We don’t want our sea to be uninhabitable to marine life, resulting in the disruption of our ecosystem"

Faith-based groups join calls to abandon Philippines’ nuclear power project

“Let us end the delusion that a nuclear power project will solve the country’s energy crisis”

The catastrophe to come

Nuclear power generation is not a safe or feasible option anywhere despite all the reassurances and fake news by nuclear proponents

Bishop of Balanga in Bataan reaffirms opposition to revival of nuclear...

“They should focus on renewable energy, like windmills in Ilocos Norte. So, why not promote that?” said Bishop Santos

Green activists slam Marcos Jr.’s plan to revive Bataan nuclear plant

The Bataan nuclear plant was a US$2.3 billion power project that began development in 1973 during the administration of Ferdinand Marcos Sr

Nuclear energy to worsen power, price woes, warn green activists, Catholic...

The huge costs of nuclear power will place a heavier burden on the economy and the environment, and on the health and finances of people

Greenpeace warns of something ‘fishy’ in Philippines’ ‘midnight nuclear deals’

The Philippines and the US signed an MOU that aims to boost cooperation on developing the Philippines’ nuclear energy program

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