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Topic: Subic Coal Plant


People's Rights Come Before Corporate Profit

October 5, 2011 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

Teresa Treacy is a frail middle-aged woman who loves all things in nature and lived a peaceful quiet life with her sister in County Offaly a beautiful part of rural Ireland. She planted and tended her trees, cared for the natural forest and the clear stream that ran through it. What turned this peace loving […]

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Consortium to build coal power plant in Subic

July 22, 2011 ·  , Subic Times

SUBIC BAY Freeport: Three (3) energy companies signed a memorandum of agreement to put up a US$ 1.28 billion 600-megawatt (MW) coal power plant in Subic, Friday. Meralco, Aboitiz Power and Taiwan Cogen signed a memorandum of agreement which will pave the way for the start of the construction of a coal plant in Redondo […]

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Danger of Planned Coal Fired Power Plant in Subic Bay

June 6, 2011 ·  By Alex Corpus Hermoso

The Olongapo-Zambales Civil Society Organization otherwise known as the OZCSN is a coalition of Civil Society Organizations organized itself to pursue the following priority thrusts namely: (1) Poverty reduction and MDGs, (2) Equitable economic growth, (3) Peace, security and human rights, (4) Democratic governance, and (5) Disaster Risk Reduction, Biodiversity and Climate Change Adaptation.

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