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Philippine group opposes US-Philippines Nuclear Deal amid conflicting views on energy...

National women's alliance GABRIELA has voiced strong opposition to the recently enacted US-Philippines nuclear cooperation agreement, citing concerns over Philippine sovereignty and public safety.  "This...

Consumer group hits US-PH nuclear deal

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr said his administration sees “nuclear energy becoming a part of the Philippine energy mix by 2032”. 

Caritas Philippines opposes Japan’s plan to release Fukushima wastewater

Japan on August 24 started releasing treated wastewater, 12 years after a massive earthquake and tsunami damaged the power plant in 2011

Dapat bang suportahan ang nuclear energy?

Hindi dapat maging malaking bahagi ng sistema ng enerhiya sa Pilipinas ang nuclear. Narito ang mga dahilan kung bakit.

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 danger of a nuclear nightmare

Most people live in ignorance of the terrible dangers that the powerful and intellectual humans have wrought in the world

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

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