PETITION Letter Against the Construction of Coal Plant in Subic Bay
Petition letter by Individuals, Multi-sectoral Organizations, Church People, Business Groups, and Enlightened Government Officials, against the planned construction of a 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Sitio Naglatore, Barangay Cawag in Subic, Zambales, Philippines.
ECC- Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Environmental Complience Certificate (ECC), EC-SBFZ-ECC69-21-500
The old SBMA board who approved the project, issued the ECC through SBMA-Ecology Center. The "permit" no. EC-SBFZ-ECC69-21-500 was issued to Taiwan Cogeneration, International Corporation on April 4, 2007, signed by AMETHYA P. DELA LLANA, Department Manager.
RESOLUTION of Olongapo City Government Against Coal-fired Power plants (Series of 2008)
A resolution expressing the City government of Olongapo's objection to Coal-fired Power plants as an energy source and urging the proponent to consider safer alternative sources of energy for Subic Bay
NEGATIVE health effects from burning coal and other fossil fuelsbyCitizens Action Coalition Education Fund Scientists working for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are able to predict how many premature deaths, heart attacks, and other impacts are caused by power plant pollution based on recent scientific studies by researchers affiliated with the American Cancer Society, the Harvard School of Public Health and other top universities and research institutions.
Ang usaping climate change, o pagbabago sa klima, ay madalas nang naririnig sa radio at telebisyon. Tinatalakay din ito sa ilang babasahin, sa pamahalaan, at sa mga eskwelahan. Pero kahit naging matunog ang usaping ito at sa kabila ng mga debate hinggil dito sa pandaigdigang antas, hindi pa rin napapaunawa ang usaping ito sa mas malawak na bilang ng mamamayan na pangunahing naaapektukan ng pandaigdigang kaganapang ito.