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Greenpeace presence has contributed to the safeguarding of the Filipino’s constitutional rights to a balanced and healthful ecology. Since it opened its office in Manila on March 1, 2000, Greenpeace, together with its allies and working with communities, has worked to champion renewable energy, combat illegal fishing and campaign for clean seas, support and amplify the Filipinos’ call for climate justice, and call for the elimination of toxic chemicals in our environment. Today, Greenpeace Philippines continues to create positive change in the lives of millions of Filipinos as the country strives to grow and develop towards a sustainable future.
Renewable Energy March in Manila. © Alanah Torralba / Greenpeace
Typhoon Haiyan Anniversary Solidarity Events in The Philippines. © Roy Lagarde / Greenpeace
Apo Island Marine Reserve - Philippines 2006. © Greenpeace / Gavin Newman

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Ecological Rice Harvest in The Philippines. © Roy Lagarde / Greenpeace
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