Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Children-among-Floating-Trash-in-Manila-Bay-27MZIFJXDWYE9.htmlConceptually similarFloating Trash in Manila BayGP0STR0QFCompleted★★★★★★Children among Floating Trash in Manila BayGP0STR0QGCompleted★★★★Floating Trash in Manila BayGP0STR0QECompleted★★★★Waste Audit and Brand Audit at Freedom IslandGP0STR39ICompleted★★★★Waste Audit and Brand Audit at Freedom IslandGP0STR39KCompleted★★★★Freedom Island Waste Clean-up and Brand Audit in the PhilippinesGP0STR1FTCompleted★★★★Freedom Island Waste Clean-up and Brand Audit in the PhilippinesGP0STR1FVCompleted★★★★★★Freedom Island Waste Clean-up and Brand Audit in the PhilippinesGP0STR1FXCompleted★★★★Freedom Island Waste Clean-up and Brand Audit in the PhilippinesGP0STR1FYCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STR0QHChildren among Floating Trash in Manila BayChildren push away the trash on the river in Bulungan Market, Parañaque, Metro Manila. Plastic waste from different water bodies in the city ends up on the beaches of Freedom Island, off the coast of Parañaque in Metro Manila. The island contains a mangrove forest and swamps providing a habitat for many migratory bird species.Locations:Luzon-Manila Bay-Metro Manila-Paranaque-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:28 Aug, 2017Credit:© Grace Duran-Cabus / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2880px X 1920pxKeywords:Boats-Children-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Plastics-River pollution-Rivers-Rubbish-Waste disposal-Water pollutionShoot:Plastic Waste on Freedom Island in Manila BayPlastic waste from different urban water bodies ends up on the beaches of Freedom Island. Freedom Island is an artificial island in Manila Bay just off the coast of Parañaque in Metro Manila, Philippines. It was formed between 1973 and 1985 during the construction of the Manila–Cavite Coastal Road.The island contains a mangrove forest and swamps providing a habitat for many migratory bird species.