Nuclear Power Forum an expensive and risky distraction from real solutions

Greenpeace held a protest at the opening of the Nuclear Power Forum Philippines in Manila, to call upon President Aquino’s government to abandon its pursuit of nuclear energy in favour of renewable energy and energy efficiency measures to meet the country’s electricity demands. Greenpeace warned the delegates at the conference that any investment in the … Continue reading

Join Us in Commemorating June 20 Welgang Bayan

On June 20, 1985, the province of Bataan was witness to the biggest protest-action directed against the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP), also known as the infamous “Monster of Morong”. That day was the tail-end of a three-day protest dubbed Welgang Bayan Laban sa Plantang Nukleyar that drew an estimated 33,000 concerned Filipinos from all … Continue reading

Greenpeace “Energy Revolution Bike Ride” concludes with a call to Congress to reject Nuclear energy

Thousands of concerned Filipinos have sent a clear message to the House of Representatives to reject any proposal for nuclear power in the country and instead enable massive uptake of renewable energy. Click here to read more

“Energy Revolution” Bike Ride gathers thousands of signatures for petition against nuclear power

PHILIPPINES — Hundreds of cyclists from Manila and Central Luzon have set off today on a historic tour from the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant to the House of Representatives in a bid to gather and deliver a petition opposing nuclear power signed by thousands of concerned Filipino citizens. Dubbed the “Energy Revolution Bike Ride,” the … Continue reading

ASEAN’s rescue package must abandon expensive nuclear nightmare

Greenpeace activists protested at the main gate of the ASEAN+3 Summit venue in Thailand by launching a large balloon with banners saying “Not for Nukes, $ for Renewable Energy–Climate Action Now.” Greenpeace demanded that government leaders meeting at the ASEAN +3 Summit turn the current financial crisis into an opportunity for addressing runaway climate change … Continue reading

“Lumalawig na Pag-aayuno” vs. BNPP

Fervent petition for the grant of the light of honor and of reason to prevail in resolving the issue of the proposed revival of the extremely dangerous and very costly nuclear power plant project in Bataan Light of honor, reason and wisdom that will stop the majority of our national legislators from their move to … Continue reading

New comic book gets youth involved in environment issues

Greenpeace launched Nuclear Meltdown: A message from the darkness, an advocacy comic book about the perils of nuclear power and how the youth can make a difference in making the world a better place. Click here to read more Click here to read the comics

Greenpeace April Fool’s Day Prank vs. The BNPP

April Fools’ Day or All Fools’ Day, although not a holiday in its own right, is a day celebrated in many countries on April 1. Greenpeace started the month with a ‘Google search‘ prank on their blog declaring that the BNPP is safe! Click here to read more

Photo slideshow from the youth of Bataan

One of the beauties of the internet generation is the accessiblity of technology that provides the youth with an outlet for advocacies that matter to them the most. This video is produced by a certain Maria Stephanie A. Gaña, where she writes FEB.23,09,NAGRALLY KAMI…tinig naming mga kabataan,sana ay inyong mapakinggan!!!

Greenpeace plants tombstone at House of Representatives

Greenpeace today exposed that the House Bill proposing to revive the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is part of a sneaky and underhanded attempt to railroad the establishment of a national commercial nuclear power program in the Philippines. According to Greenpeace, the costs outlined in a Bill filed by Cong. Mark Cojuangco and signed by 130 … Continue reading