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RJ de Ramos, youth community organizer, joined the blockade and supports the because he experienced first-hand the effects of a worsening climate during Typhoon Ketsana (Ondoy). He was just 9 years old when he lost his home.
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Maica Quitain shares that the blockade happening in front of Shell's refinery is in solidarity with the youth and climate-impacted communities around the world. SOUND THE ALARM for 🚨
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Maica Quitain shares that the blockade happening in front of Shell's refinery is in solidarity with the youth and climate-impacted communities around the world. SOUND THE ALARM for 🚨
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Youth strikers in big universities are sounding the alarm on the !
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Meanwhile, climate strikes are happening all over Metro Manila!
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Krishna Ariola, lead convenor of the Youth Strike 4 Climate Philippines, is spending her day chained in front of Shell's refinery, calling on the company to change their business and ensure a secure future for communities around the world.
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TODAY, we are escalating our call: we’re stopping business-as-usual at ’s oil refinery because they won’t acknowledge their role in the climate crisis!
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Greenpeace 1h
In the PHILIPPINES🇵🇭, we’ve been living in the for years. But we will no longer allow more people to suffer because of the climate crisis!
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YES!!! 👏🏼👏🏾👏🏿
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Ruby and Tiara here! We’re here at the in Sydney!! We’ll be taking over Greenpeace’s channels for the next lil while ✊🏽
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Greenpeace 3h
THIS is what the global climate strike week 20-27th Sept looks like! 📢 Stay tuned, the climate strikers from around the world will take over our Instagram and Twitter channels today LIVE! Find and join a climate strike near you >>
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grist 7h
The protesters dangled in the air most of the day, shutting down a part of one of the country’s largest ports for oil.
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Greenpeace 7h
Some of the world’s leading investors are now publicly calling on companies to take urgent action in light of the Amazon forest fires.
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Greenpeace Philippines 🌏 8h
🚨🚨🚨 BREAKING: Greenpeace activists are blockading the entrance to the Batangas refinery of !
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Greta Thunberg 9h
It’s early morning in the Pacific. Soon the sun will rise on September 20th 2019. Good luck Australia, The Philippines, Japan and all the Pacific islands. You go first! Now lead the way! (NZ + many others go next week.)
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Greenpeace 9h
“We can still fix this – you can still fix this.” Join the tomorrow!
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The global climate strikes start tomorrow 🙌 See you there!
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Greenpeace USA Sep 18
Rico was one of the climbers on Fred Hartman Bridge last week in Houston. Here’s what he had to say.
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