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Greenpeace Philippines publishes toolkit for community-based sustainable practices
Building resilient communities: Promoting people participation to address disaster risk is a collection of stories from Greenpeace’s partner organizations and local government units (LGUs) that found grassroots initiatives and solutions to some of the challenges in a disaster response. (Read more)
Greenpeace Philippines protests DENR-Shell Pilipinas ties
Greenpeace Philippines protests at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to demand that the agency scrap its partnership with Shell Pilipinas, and stop being complicit to the shameless greenwashing of climate destruction brought on by Shell’s fossil fuel operations. (Read more)
Quezon City LGU, Greenpeace Philippines, and Impact Hub Manila launches “Kuha sa Tingi”
“Kuha sa Tingi” is an initiative establishing community-based refill hubs in sari-sari stores to help address plastic pollution. Initially, refill stations will be installed in 30 sari-sari stores across the city, where consumers can bring their own reusable containers to refill basic commodities such as liquid detergent, fabric conditioner, and dishwashing liquid. (Read more)
Greenpeace occupies Shell vessel to protest climate devastation and demand reparations
Greenpeace International activists hailing from climate-impacted countries on Tuesday have boarded a Shell contracted vessel in the Atlantic Ocean, with a banner bearing the message: “Stop Drilling. Start Paying”. (Read more)