“Ayaw namin ng Nukleyar” this was the sentiment running through the hundreds of green-clad anti-BNPP gathered to commemorate the historic Welgang Bayan Laban sa Plantang Nukleyar of 1985. According to Nuclear Free Bataan Movement Chairperson Monsignor Tony Dumaual, the 1985 Welgang Bayan (WB) represents the vigor with which Filipinos fought against the commissioning of the … Continue reading
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
Below are images from the Prayer Rally last March 27, 2009 in Morong Bataan. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge Click here to read a blog about the event Click here to watch a short video from the event
What: Prayer Rally vs. the BNPP Where: Morong, Bataan When: March 27, 2009 – 9AM The Parish of our Lady of the Pillar, Morong, Bataan, supported by the Diocese of Balanga is organizing a prayer rally against the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant. There will be a mass, followed by a solidarity program with two parts. … Continue reading
The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is not safe, not economically sound, not insurable, not sustainable. It is tainted with corruption.
The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) located in Morong, Bataan was constructed during the martial law regime of then President Ferdinand E. Marcos. Westinghouse was contracted to build this light water reactor, designed to produce 621 megawatts of electricity as response to the growing energy requirements of the country. While the original loan was $600M … Continue reading
GREEN CONVERGENCE tells Congress citing results of a classified government-commissioned four-year extensive study from 1988 to 1992. GREEN CONVERGENCE, an alliance of greens, environmental and civil society organizations, in a letter sent to the House Committee on Appropriations and Energy last night demanded that the committee open up a closed-door meeting today at 2pm on … Continue reading