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Philippine capital may go underwater in 10 years, says Greenpeace report
A Greenpeace report says up to 1.54 million people out of the city’s population of 1.78 million will be most affected by rising water levels
People-led initiative seeks to address lack of air quality monitoring
Greenpeace says air pollution remains one of the biggest threats to the country’s health, environment, and economy
Photos: Indigenous tribe helps sustain Manila’s ‘community pantries’
Greenpeace Philippines contracted photojournalist Basilio Sepe to follow the route of the produce from harvest to distribution
Greenpeace says Asian Development Bank’s new draft energy policy misses mark
Greenpeace says ADB's draft police "falls short and completely misses the mark in responding to this decade’s realities"
Green groups call on Philippine gov’t to pass comprehensive waste import...
Activists said only a robust ban and the ratification of the Basel Convention can stop the dumping of foreign wastes in the country
Philippine green groups welcome House declaration of ‘climate emergency’
Greenpeace described it as a "starting point for the government to put climate action and climate justice at the center of governance"
Greenpeace reiterates call for ‘climate emergency’ declaration in wake of Philippine...
Declaring a “national climate emergency” has become “more urgent and necessary” in the wake of disasters that hit the country in recent weeks
Youth group in Bicol region calls for ‘climate emergency’ declaration
The demand for strong political commitment also came as the country marked the seventh anniversary of super typhoon “Yolanda (Haiyan)”
Greenpeace calls for ‘climate emergency’ in wake of super typhoon
It is time for the Philippine government "to show true climate leadership by championing climate justice for the poorest of the poor"
Villagers in central Philippines say effect of oil spill getting worse
At least 192,000 liters out of 251,000 liters of bunker fuel were already collected from the waters of Iloilo, according to city disaster officials