Greenpeace Southeast Asia


Welcome to the World Wide Web of Greenpeace by Chuck Baclagon

Whether you're a lover or a fighter, a computer geek or an artist - we need you! Just like hundreds of people before you, your actions will make a difference.

Whether you're a lover or a fighter, a computer geek or an artist - we need you! Just like hundreds of people before you, your actions will make a difference.

For the past two days I’ve spent most of my time here in Jakarta talking about my work, and as I prepared to do the training module for New Media that we usually give to new Greenpeace staff I decided to write it down in the form of a letter which I thought would also be cool if it is published in this blog as a handy reference to people who are interested with how Greenpeace work online.

So here it goes…

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Does signing a petition still make a difference? by Chuck Baclagon

Click here to take action!

Click here to take action!

I’ve spent the whole day asking people to sign petition against nukes and the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant.

In the duration of the day I could hardly count the number of times I’ve answered this question: Does signing a petition still make a difference?

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Don’t say dinosaur… by Chuck Baclagon
April 24, 2009, 7:09 am
Filed under: Greenpeace, Life at work | Tags: , , , ,

Greenpeace dinosaurA couple of months ago I attended a Greenpeace-organized skillshare in Bangkok, and as an ice-breaker we were all asked how long we have been working for Greenpeace, so one by one we introduced ourselves and it was only then to my surprise that I realized that I’ve been a part of Greenpeace now for almost four years and it was when I told everybody in the panel that I’ve been with Greenpeace for almost four years now that I heard someone blurted out that I’m almost a ‘dinosaur‘ (I suppose spending longer than a year makes one a dinosaur, as far as Greenpeace Southeast Asia goes😀 ).

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Being an activist by Chuck Baclagon

From Making Waves

There’s nothing like finding hidden gems. The amount of videos, photos, stories, blog entries and whatnot we deal with on a yearly basis is amazing. It’s easy for simple things like the portrait of a Greenpeace Activist to be buried under piles of campaigns to push, cyberactions to take etc. Yet, yesterday, while uploading high quality videos on YouTube, Tulio in the video department found this one.

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