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Greenpeace calls for air quality monitoring ‘to protect citizens’ health’

Almost all Filipinos are breathing air that doesn’t meet World Health Organization guidelines

Consumer, green groups decry rising electricity rates

Greenpeace said the “financial maneuvering” over dirty energy plants “is clear evidence of our over-reliance on fossil fuels"

Residents of Dinagat Islands use solar energy to boost community recovery...

Greenpeace campaigner Virginia Benosa-Llorin said investments in clean energy will protect communities

Greenpeace calls on president-elect Marcos to prioritize renewable energy, not nuclear

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has reiterated his support for nuclear power, calling it the "cleanest and cheapest" energy source

On Earth Day, Philippine youth remind political candidates to ensure climate...

Greenpeace and youth partners delivered the “love letters” to the headquarters of the presidential candidates

Duterte’s call for climate action ‘a little too late,’ says Greenpeace

Greenpeace said Duterte’s statement "is not an admission of guilt" but "is just another empty pronouncement, like his previous promises"

Philippine frontline communities demand higher air standards, end to use of...

Greenpeace said the best way to address the air pollution from the energy sector is to transition to renewable energy sources

Philippines as ‘super typhoon’ hotspot needs to be center of policy...

Strong weather disturbances are no longer aberrations, but are the “new normal” as the country faces the climate crisis

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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