Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Abigail-Jabines--Greenpeace-International-Global-Mobilisation-Coordinator---With-Text-27MZIF27MRLI.htmlConceptually similarAbigail Jabines, Greenpeace International Global Mobilisation Coordinator - Without TextGP03DL3Completed★★★★Clark Ecozone ResidentsGP03R02Completed★★★★Okinawa Protest - Web VideoGP0STQ5FTCompleted★★★★Okinawa Protest - Web Video (Clean Version)GP0STQ5FUCompleted★★★★Investigation and Sampling at Ecological Disaster Site in Kamchatka Peninsula - B-rollGP1SUFIYCompleted★★★★Clean Up Action at Former Clark Air BaseGP03R04Completed★★★★Investigation and Sampling at Ecological Disaster Site in Kamchatka Peninsula - B-rollGP1SUFI6Completed★★★★★Investigation and Sampling at Ecological Disaster Site in Kamchatka Peninsula - B-rollGP1SUFILCompleted★★★★★★Investigation and Sampling at Ecological Disaster Site in Kamchatka Peninsula - B-rollGP1SUFHYCompleted★★★★★View AllGP03DL2Abigail Jabines, Greenpeace International Global Mobilisation Coordinator - With TextIn 1991, after the eruption of Mount Pinatubo, the Philippines government rejected a proposal to extend the 90 year old U.S. bases agreement. The U.S. abandoned their military bases in the Philippines, leaving behind them a toxic legacy.The volcanic disaster combined with typhoon Yunya made thousands of people homeless, and they found refuge in camps on the ex-military grounds. They didn't know that the water they were drinking and the ground they were walking on was contaminated.Crizel Valencia was diagnosed with Leukemia in 1999. She was part of a "cancer cluster" in the area of the ex U.S. bases where she was born and lived. Her disease was consistent with symptoms of people exposed to persistent organic pollutants that were found contaminating the ground and water.Crizel came to the Rainbow Warrior in 2000 on the Toxic Free Asia tour as part of a group from the People's Task Force for Bases Clean-up organisation. Read more about Crizel's story here : greenpeace.org/crizelLocations:PhilippinesDate:1 Jan, 2010Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:3m25sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :PROMOKeywords:Children-Death-Girls-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace crew-Health-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-MY Rainbow Warrior II-Natural disasters-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Tales of the Rainbow WarriorVarious Greenpeace staff members tell stories about the Rainbow Warrior I and II and some of the actions these two Greenpeace ships have carried out around the world over the years.