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In Indonesia, mosques and churches take on the plastic challenge
A solutions-oriented story about how mosques and churches in Indonesia are stepping up to address the country's plastic waste problem
Greenpeace puts spotlight on plastic crisis through art
The art pieces are made in partnership with student artists from the Ateneo de Manila University and the University of the Philippines
Manila’s Jesuit university bags awards for case studies on zero waste...
“Make the Case” is a new Asia-wide student competition that challenges students to identify where plastic reduction projects are working
Zero plastic advocacy group launches training program for educators
The project aims to ensure that teachers are equipped in the education of young people on plastic pollution
Asian green activists call for ‘genuine solutions’ to combat plastic pollution
The call was made during a demonstration coinciding with the 7th International Marine Debris Conference in Busan, South Korea
Collecting trash earns young Frenchman in Indonesia ‘Asia’s Nobel Prize’
“The problem of plastic pollution is a huge one but if we have that dream, that conviction, and that passion, then things can happen”
Address country’s crisis on plastic, toxic, waste, President Marcos urged
“It’s high time for the government to prioritize the protection of the environment and public health"
BAN Toxics promote use of reusable eco-friendly bags
A 2018 study on waste management practices revealed that the Philippines still has problems with proper wastes disposal
Green group raises alarm over bill on plastic use that allegedly...
A 2019 research by the group Nature Climate Change found that if plastic was a country, it would be the fifth largest emitter in the world
Philippine green group backs UN move to address plastic waste crisis
The plastic pollution crisis is one of the Philippines’ biggest waste challenges
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