Greenpeace Southeast Asia

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We’ve moved to a new blog! by Chuck Baclagon
November 30, 2010, 11:53 am
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Apologies for posting this only now

We would like to announce that this blog will no longer be active as we have moved to a new blog hosting created for us by Greenpeace International.

Click here to visit the new blog>>>

On-Street Fundraising Venues for | July-August 2010 by Chuck Baclagon
July 21, 2010, 11:01 am
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July 15-31

  • Robinsons Place Forum, Mandaluyong
  • Park Square 1, Makati
  • Quezon City Hall, Quezon City

August 1-31

  • St. Francis Square, Mandaluyong

August 1-15

  • MRT Magallanes Station, Makati

August 16-31

  1. MRT Ayala Station, Makati

Copenhagen Diary 9 | Between the Debate and Speeches by Chuck Baclagon
December 18, 2009, 12:45 am
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There has been snowing since Wednesday night. All Copenhagen landscape turned white. I was on the bus no 250S to Gladsaxe Stadium outside Copenhagen’ city center with Khun Amarit(Mum) – news reporter from Thailand’s Public Broadcasting Service (TPBS) who came over here last Saturday to document and report back home.

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Greenpeace staff member wins alternative Nobel Prize by Chuck Baclagon
October 13, 2009, 8:39 am
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The Democratic Republic of the — We are thrilled to announce that one of our staff members, René Ngongo, has today been named a recipient of the 2009 Right Livelihood award.

Inspired man, inspiring action

René Ngongo has been working closely with Greenpeace to save the Congo Basin Forests (the second largest tropical forest after the Amazon) since 2004, first in his capacity as head of OCEAN and now as Political Advisor for Greenpeace Africa when he led the opening of our first office in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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Dumbo Drop by Chuck Baclagon

September 15, 2009

No, I don’t mean what Um has to clean up, but the process of transporting elephants across provincial borders. An operation as complicated as the movie Operation Dumbo Drop.

As required by Thai law and provincial administration regulations, Elephants cannot walk across provincial borders, they can only be transported by trucks, with prior permissions of the livestock department.

So, early this morning after their usual enormous breakfast; with the help of the mahouts, our veterinarian and elephant transport experts, our great friends delicately clambered onto the back of a truck specially designed for them and were driven across the borders which an elephant can hardly tell, but let us not get into the irony of this bureaucratic joke.

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On-street venues for August and early September by Chuck Baclagon

Greenpeace direct dialogue campaigner

This August, our on-street campaigners will hit the following busy places so better be there if you want to join us in our work for a Greenpeace and peaceful future 🙂

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Greenpeace volunteers help us get the job done by Chuck Baclagon

Greenpeace relies heavily on our pool of volunteers who help us in carrying out our work for a greener and peaceful future. Below is an interesting video about our volunteers in the Philippines.

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How far is ‘safe’ when it comes to nukes? by Chuck Baclagon

I believe that one reason why the powers that be in the government and the energy sector are all keen on pushing for the revival the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is partly because of the fact that we all have come to believe that Bataan is too far off from Manila, for it to affect us in the event of a nuclear accident.

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May Day by Chuck Baclagon
May 1, 2009, 10:37 am
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mga manggagawa  PABLO BAENS-SANTOS  79 X 122 cm . Oil on Canvas . 1980


May 1 is synonymous with International Workers’ Day, or Labor Day, which celebrates the social and economic achievements of the labor movement.

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