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BREAKING: Our viral video has been removed from +YouTube just shy of hitting 3 million views!!!

Please SIGN and SHARE now to show +LEGO and +Shell we won't give up >> http://legoblockshell.org/

#Youtube   #video   #LEGO   #Shell   #BlockShell   #SaveTheArctic  
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It is now available on vimeo : watch and share !
http://vimeo.com/100195272

#LEGOlution  
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Help us grow our network of people willing to take action for the environment. Join the movement for a better world ➞ http://www.greenpeace.org/seasia/ph/getinvolved/

#volunteer   #work   #donate   #getinvolved   #activism   #Greenpeace   #quote   #environment  
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FACT: Around 100 million tons of plastic are produced each year, of which about 10 million tons ends in the sea.

Given the perpetuity of marine pollution caused primarily by tons of plastic bags, our national government should enact a law for a plastic bag ban that will support growing efforts of local government units in addressing plastic pollution in the country.

#AyokoNgPlastik   #PlasticPollution   #PlasticBagFreeDay  
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City of Manila still has not banned plastic
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In our countless attempts to find its uses once it’s cut down, we forget a tree’s most important function.

Sign up to take action for the environment: http://www.greenpeace.org/seasia/ph/getinvolved/

#trees   #getinvolved   #takeaction   #environment  
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Instead of risky GMOs, the government should promote ecological farming, which is universally proven to be more profitable for farmers. It ensures adequate, healthy and safe food that are grown in harmony with the environment.

TAKE ACTION: Keep our rice safe and GMO-free, sign up here >> http://standupforyourrice.org/

#GMO   #notoGoldenRice   #notoGMO   #GoldenRice   #agriculture  
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It's World Environment Day!

What are your commitments to help protect our shared island? We would love to hear your thoughts. :)

#WED2014   #WorldEnvironmentDay  
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Calling all graphic artists!

We need a logo that communicates rice and food diversity, ecological agriculture, and resilience → http://www.greenpeace.org.ph/kubo

This is for a nationwide project to highlight simple, working solutions to malnutrition and food security, while celebrating community and the role of farmers in feeding the world.

The deadline for submissions is August 3, 2014. Click here for more details → http://www.greenpeace.org.ph/kubo

#logo   #contest   #design   #agriculture   #artist  
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Cool! Great contest!
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At 61.9%, plastics are still the top cause of pollution in Manila Bay. The biggest chunk of this percentage goes to single-use plastic bags, while composites and plastic wrappers are a close second. 

Plastics are detrimental to our seas and our environment. Let's stop this plastic pollution now and call for a national ban on plastic bags! http://bit.ly/1mn1Wjp

#PlasticPollution   #AyokoNgPlastik   #ManilaBay   #wasteaudit   #PlasticBagFreeDay  
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The impact of coal on our health and our atmosphere is one dirty, expensive investment. In the Philippines, 13 plants burn coal to produce electricity, emitting millions of tons of pollution every year. 

The good news is that solutions are within our reach. The Philippines is blessed with bountiful resources that could catapult it towards a position of renewable energy leadership in Southeast Asia. Have a read of our True Cost of Coal report to know more >> http://bit.ly/costofcoal

#notocoal   #coalisnotcool   #RenewableEnergy   #TrueCostOfCoal  
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To see this crap is from PI is sad. Saul coal fired plant provides juice to many pangasinan towns. Foolish sad deluded tools.
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The amount of global trash is expected to rise every year for the rest of the century. With no intervention, the growing garbage heap won't even peak by 2021.

#oceans   #plastic   #trash  
A surprising amount of our garbage ends up in the sea. Can it ever be cleaned up?
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Let's speak together to help our oceans!

Show your support for ocean sanctuaries that would protect marine life from overfishing, pollution, and oil drilling on the high seas: http://thndr.it/1kagk84

#oceans   #ourocean2014   #UN   #Thunderclap  
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To remind +adidas of its environmental responsibility, Greenpeace activists mobilized worldwide and took action in more than 35 cities. 

+adidas earns billions with the World Cup but unfortunately, they are far from being champions of the game by refusing to eliminate toxic substances from their supply chain. http://bit.ly/1kyVI9d

#Detox   #allin   #beautifulgame   #keepthegamebeautiful   #Philippines   #WorldCup2014  
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Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace by:

* Catalysing an energy revolution to address the number one threat facing our planet: climate change.

* Protecting the world’s ancient forests and the animals, plants and people that depend on them.

* Creating a toxic free future with safer alternatives to hazardous chemicals in today's products and manufacturing.

* Campaigning for sustainable agriculture by rejecting genetically engineered organisms, protecting biodiversity and encouraging socially responsible farming.