Greenpeace Southeast Asia


On-street campaign venues for June by Chuck Baclagon

As a campaigning environmental organization, we recognize the importance of individual involvement in ensuring the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity.

It is for this reason that we are holding a direct dialogue campaign to impart our message in order to gain support from the public.


It is in our on-street venues that we highlight our campaigns by showcasing different literatures and visual presentations about the latest environmental issues and threats facing the world today.

Why do we need your support?

Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organization that acts to change attitudes and behavior, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.

We do not accept funding from governments or corporations; instead we rely on the goodwill and generosity of people like you to continue our work. This ensures we’re in the best position to take action and confront people and organizations that are destroying our environment.

With support from individuals, we work to prevent catastrophic climate change and build an energy revolution; to preserve clean water sources; to keep genetically engineered ingredients out of our food and to create a peaceful and nuclear-free future.

How does Greenpeace raise money?

The Greenpeace direct dialogue team is the frontline of our frundraising efforts. You may have seen our “Frontliners” in a shopping center or mall close to you.

Frontliners are crucial to our financial independence. They recruit thousands of new financial supporters to Greenpeace every year and educate countless more about environmental issues.

Want to work for Greenpeace as a Frontliner?

This month, we will be holding our Direct Dialogue campaigns in both Manila and Davao, we invite you to drop by sign up as a Greenpeace supporter. Because we believe that the struggle to preserve the future of our planet is not about us. It’s about you.

Metro Manila

Davao

Ten Derillo
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