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Scoop.co.nz
Strong leadership must emerge to drive Pacific COP2018, eyes will increasingly turn to China to enhance the country's climate amb
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
2018, eyes will increasingly turn to China to enhance the country's climate ambition and help conclude the Paris rulebook.”Greenpeace Southeast Asia Executive Director Yeb Saño said: "The voices from the climate frontlines have spoken in the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
‘Cutting emissions will not stifle growth’ — UN secretary generaldirty energy is not akin to stepping on the brake pedals of our economic develo
Inquirier.net / Posted 8 days ago
dirty energy is not akin to stepping on the brake pedals of our economic development,” Yeb Saño, executive director of Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said. The Philippines still depends heavily on fossil fuel, particularly coal. In its 2016 Energy... Read more
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FOX News
As snakes invade Thailand’s capital, it’s firefighters who are coming to the rescuefor the first half of 2017 are over 30 percent higher than last year. Tara Bua
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
for the first half of 2017 are over 30 percent higher than last year. Tara Buakamsri, Thailand country director for Greenpeace Southeast Asia, told the AP the city is seeing more snakes because it sits on a "flood plain with a wetland... Read more
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FOX News
As snakes invade Thailand’s capital, it’s firefighters who are coming to the rescuefor the first half of 2017 are over 30 percent higher than last year. Tara Bua
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
for the first half of 2017 are over 30 percent higher than last year. Tara Buakamsri, Thailand country director for Greenpeace Southeast Asia, told the AP the city is seeing more snakes because it sits on a "flood plain with a wetland... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bangkok firefighters fight city’s snake scourgeof development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara B
The Mercury News / Posted 8 days ago
of development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara Buakamsri, Thailand country director for Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said the city is seeing more snakes because it sits on a “flood plain with a wetland ecosystem... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Bangkok firefighters on front line of city's snake scourgeof development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara B
Stamford Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
of development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara Buakamsri, Thailand country director for Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said the city is seeing more snakes because it sits on a "flood plain with a wetland ecosystem... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Bangkok firefighters on front line of city's snake scourgeof development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara B
Connecticut Post / Posted 9 days ago
of development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara Buakamsri, Thailand country director for Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said the city is seeing more snakes because it sits on a "flood plain with a wetland ecosystem... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Bangkok firefighters on front line of city's snake scourgeof development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara B
The Register Citizen / Posted 9 days ago
of development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara Buakamsri, Thailand country director for Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said the city is seeing more snakes because it sits on a "flood plain with a wetland ecosystem... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Bangkok firefighters on front line of city's snake scourgeof development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara B
The Middletown Press / Posted 9 days ago
of development pains in the vast metropolis of about 10 million people. Tara Buakamsri, Thailand country director for Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said the city is seeing more snakes because it sits on a "flood plain with a wetland ecosystem... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Duterte, Trudeau talk trash; solution seenenvironmental justice. “I hope Trudeau does not let this become Canada’s legac
Inquirier.net / Posted 9 days ago
environmental justice. “I hope Trudeau does not let this become Canada’s legacy in the Philippines,” said Abigail Aguilar, Greenpeace Southeast Asia campaigner. Fr. Edwin Gariguez, executive secretary of Caritas Philippines, said Trudeau must make... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Trudeau raises EJK; Duterte insultedSolid Waste Management Act and the 1995 Basel Convention on the Transboundary M
Pilipino Star / Posted 9 days ago
Solid Waste Management Act and the 1995 Basel Convention on the Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Wastes and Disposal. Greenpeace Southeast Asia on Monday hit Trudeau’s “public relations antics,” saying these “cannot cover the stinking Canadian... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Trudeau: Canada committed to cleaning up garbage dumping issuetransaction that did not involve the governments of Canada or the Philippines.
Pilipino Star / Posted 9 days ago
transaction that did not involve the governments of Canada or the Philippines. Greenpeace hits 'PR stunts' On Monday, Greenpeace Southeast Asia campaigner Abigail Aguilar said that Trudeau’s “public relations antics cannot cover the stinking... Read more
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Pilipino Star
'Trudeau’s PR stunts can’t conceal Canada’s trash dumping in the Philippines'called on the leader to solve the problem of Canada dumping garbage in the Phil
Pilipino Star / Posted 10 days ago
called on the leader to solve the problem of Canada dumping garbage in the Philippines. In a statement released Monday, Greenpeace Southeast Asia campaigner Abigail Aguilar said that Trudeau’s “public relations antics cannot cover the stinking... Read more
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Inquirier.net
More coal plants in PH pose threat to public healthone’s risk of contracting cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, which could
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 days ago
one’s risk of contracting cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, which could lead to paralysis or death. In a study by Greenpeace Southeast Asia in 2016, it said that there have been 960 premature deaths due to strokes, cardiovascular and... Read more
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Ekklesia
Companies summoned to Phillipines investigation into climate changesurvivors who are living with the impacts of climate change,” said Desiree Llan
Ekklesia / Posted 1 months ago
survivors who are living with the impacts of climate change,” said Desiree Llanos Dee, Climate Justice campaigner for Greenpeace Southeast Asia in the Philippines. Filipino typhoon survivors, other communities suffering the impacts of climate... Read more

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