Why the BNPP should be every Filipino’s concern

A move is afoot in the House of Representatives, initiated by Rep. Mark Cojuangco of Pangasinan, to rehabilitate for commercial operation the Bataan nuclear power plant (BNPP). The BNPP has been sitting idle for the past 23 years, a monument to government corruption and nuclear folly. Click here to read more Advertisements

The BNPP featured in PDI’s Talk of the Town

Last Sunday the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the country’s most widely read and circulated newspaper, has published a number of opinion pieces about the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant in its Talk of the Town. Mark Cojuangco failed to prove his case By Roberto Verzola REPRESENTATIVE Mark Cojuangco should have realized that he took on a huge … Continue reading

Seven Reasons against the Revival of BNPP

The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) represents the flawed and wasteful programs and policies that have resulted in untold suffering, poverty, and environmental degradation. It symbolizes the people’s resistance against administrations’ practices of rent-seeking and cronyism across decades. Today the proponents of House Bill 4631 are pushing for the immediate rehabilitation, commissioning and commercial operation … Continue reading