- 7 Reasons vs. The BNPP
- The BNPP Bill lacks feasibility study.
- The BNPP is structurally defective and unsafe.
- The BNPP Site has an unacceptably high risk of serious damage from earthquakes, volcanism, or both.
- The BNPP is an unnecessary response to faulty power shortage projections.
- The BNPP would be costly to operate and accompanied by enormous hidden costs.
- The BNPP is a glaring testimony to the government’s continuing wasteful debt policy at the expense of the peoples’ welfare.
- The BNPP is not an answer to Climate Crisis, nor an alternative to Renewable Energy.
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- Fredom from Debt Coalition
- Greenpeace: No to BNPP
- Philippine Greens
- Great Work Movement
- Partido Kalikasan No2BNPP Campaign
- Green Convergence
- Ecological Waste Coalition
- Healthcare Without Harm
- Truth Force
- Association of Major Religious Superiors of the Philippines
- Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives
- Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement
- Jubilee South
- Partido ng Maggagawa
- Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino
- Alliance of Progressive Labor
- Youth For Sustainable Development Assembly
- Saniblakas ng Taongbayan Foundation
- Consumers and Communicators for Truthful Information (CCTI)
- Nuclear-Free Bataan Movement
- Ang Kapatiran Party
- Kilusan Para sa Pambansang Demokrasya
- Youth for Nationalism and Democracy
- No to BNPP Revival
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