Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Coastal-Clean-Up-in-Laguna-Lake-27MZIFL281D8.htmlConceptually similarCoastal Clean Up in Laguna LakeGP01X5DCompleted★★★★Coastal Clean Up in Laguna LakeGP01X5ECompleted★★★★Coastal Clean Up in Laguna LakeGP01X5BCompleted★★★★Coastal Clean Up in Laguna LakeGP01X5CCompleted★★★★Coastal Clean-up in the PhilippinesGP02I3RCompleted★★★★Coastal Clean-up in the PhilippinesGP02I3QCompleted★★★★Coastal Clean-up in the PhilippinesGP02I3NCompleted★★★★Coastal Clean-up in the PhilippinesGP02I3OCompleted★★★★International Coastal Clean-up Day in the PhilippinesGP026PUCompleted★★★★View AllGP01X5FCoastal Clean Up in Laguna LakeTwo youths assist during a waste survey of rubbish taken from Laguna Lake. Greenpeace Water Patrol volunteers and students from Laguna Province lead a clean up of floating trash in and around Laguna de Bay, 54 kilometers south of Manila, during the World Coastal Clean Up Day. Laguna Lake, the largest lake in the Philippines and the second largest inland freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, has been declared in danger of becoming biologically dead in five years. Threats include garbage dumps, untreated sewage, and various discharges from establishments and factories along its tributaries. The clean up was conducted even as the volunteers called on concerned government agencies to also protect Laguna Lake from less visible but equally dangerous chemical and organic pollutants.Locations:Laguna de Bay-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:20 Sep, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Jed DelanoMaximum size:3000px X 1996pxRestrictions:No FundraisingKeywords:Children-Cleaning-Girls-Gloves-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Lakes-Local population-Oceans (campaign title)-Plastics-Pollutants-Pre-adolescent children (10-13)-Public engagement-Rubbish-Toxics (campaign title)-Waste management-Water pollutionShoot:World Coastal Clean Up Day In LagunaGreenpeace together with the youth from Laguna Province celebrates World Coastal Clean Up Day in Laguna Lake, 54 kilometers South of Manila. The largest lake in the Philippines,and the second largest inland freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, which has been declared in danger of becoming biologically dead in five years . The clean up was conducted even as the volunteers called on concerned government agencies to also protect Laguna Lake from less visible but equally dangerous chemical and organic pollutants.