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Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Archbishop Angel Lagdameo hold an anti-coal plant placard as thousands join a protest against coal-fired power plant in Iloilo City ,Philippines which if built would contribute to global climate change and lock the country in a dirty energy cycle for years to come. Greenpeace together with students from St. Paul University to form a human formation that reads "QUIT COAL" at the protest rally March 5, 2008

Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Archbishop Angel Lagdameo hold an anti-coal plant placard as thousands join a protest against coal-fired power plant in Iloilo City ,Philippines which if built would contribute to global climate change and lock the country in a dirty energy cycle for years to come. Greenpeace together with students from St. Paul University to form a human formation that reads "QUIT COAL" at the protest rally March 5, 2008

Greenpeace Indonesia placed a huge banner saying "Coal Kills Climate" to raise awareness about coal powered power plants. According to Greenpeace, plans to build new coal power stations around the world is the single biggest threat to climate change .

Greenpeace Indonesia placed a huge banner saying "Coal Kills Climate" to raise awareness about coal powered power plants. According to Greenpeace, plans to build new coal power stations around the world is the single biggest threat to climate change .

Bikers from the Firefly Brigade and CYCAD ride from Greenhills to CCP green lanes for renewable energy and sustainable transportation in support of Greenpeace’s campaign for 50 percent renewable energy by 2020.

Ride for Renewable Energy

Bikers from the Firefly Brigade and CYCAD ride from Greenhills to CCP green lanes for renewable energy and sustainable transportation in support of Greenpeace’s campaign for 50 percent renewable energy by

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Greenpeace joins Sikad Subic Anti-Coal Run

Greenpeace volunteers join the thousands of advocates from other NGOs and community groups for the Anti-Coal Fun Run in Olongapo City organized by Sikad Subic, an organization that campaigns against the setting-up of coal fired power plants in the city.

Thanks to a petition started by a 15 year old, English middle and high school curriculum will now include a basic introduction to climate change.

Thousands sign school climate change petition started by 15-year-old

Thousands sign school climate change petition started by UKYCC Local Catalyst, Esha Marwaha

Security guards stop a Greenepeace activists from flying a banner reading "coal kills climate" with a knife at the coal power station in Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia, 01, December, 2007. According to Greenpeace plans to build new coal power stations around the world is the single biggest threat to climate change .

Security guards stop a Greenepeace activists from flying a banner reading "coal kills climate" with a knife at the coal power station in Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia, December, According to Greenpeace plans to build new coal power statio.

Greenpeace volunteers join the thousands of advocates from other NGOs and community groups for the Anti-Coal Fun Run in Olongapo City organized by Sikad Subic, an organization that campaigns against the setting-up of coal fired power plants in the city.

Greenpeace joins Sikad Subic Anti-Coal Run

Greenpeace volunteers join the thousands of advocates from other NGOs and community groups for the Anti-Coal Fun Run in Olongapo City organized by Sikad Subic, an organization that campaigns against the setting-up of coal fired power plants in the city.

Represenatative Walden Bello (C) leads the ribbon cutting cermeonies during the opening of the "Living Dangerously" Nukes Exhibit at the House of Representatives as Rep. Mel Senen Sarmiento (2-L), Greenpeace Climate and Energy Campaign Manager Amalie Obusan (3-L), Rep. Isabelle Climaco (2-R) and Greenpeace activists look on, in Quezon City, eastern Manila, Philippines on 16 May 2011.

Greenpeace backs proposed bill to scrap nuclear from PH energy plans

Represenatative Walden Bello (C) leads the ribbon cutting cermeonies during the opening of the "Living Dangerously" Nukes Exhibit at the House of Representatives as Rep. Mel Senen Sarmiento (2-L), Greenpeace Climate and Energy Campaign Manager Amalie Obusan (3-L), Rep. Isabelle Climaco (2-R) and Greenpeace activists look on, in Quezon City, eastern Manila, Philippines on 16 May 2011.

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