Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Energy-Efficiency-Boracay-27MZIFL3NW_Y.htmlConceptually similarEnergy Efficiency BoracayGP01YSXCompleted★★★★★★Stakeholders Sign Greenpeace InitiativeGP01MHRCompleted★★★★Save The Climate Save BoracayGP01MXLCompleted★★★★Save The Climate Save BoracayGP01MXKCompleted★★★★Save The Climate Save BoracayGP01MXJCompleted★★★★Save The Climate Save BoracayGP01N9ECompleted★★★★Save The Climate Save BoracayGP01N9FCompleted★★★★Save The Climate Save Boracay GP01N9GCompleted★★★★Save The Climate Save BoracayGP01N9HCompleted★★★★View AllGP01YSWEnergy Efficiency BoracayThe symbolic turnover of the globe represented both the turning of the Earth from climate change, as well as the turnover and spread of Energy Efficiency measures among tourist destinations. Leading the ceremonies were: Mark Dia, Greenpeace Southeast Asia Deputy Campaign Director; Atty. Lucas Nunag, Bohol Provincial Tourism Council Head; Atty. Ma. Victoria Jasmin, DOT Director for Tourism Standards; Arch. Mike Guerrero of the Green Architecture Advocacy of the Philippines; Loubelle Cann, Boracay Foundation President; Beng Reyes Ong, Greenpeace Energy Efficiency Campaigner; and Don Balanhi of the DOT.Locations:Asia-Boracay Island-Iloilo-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:2 Dec, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Danny OcampoMaximum size:3000px X 2006pxKeywords:Action preparations-Balloons-Beaches-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Earth (planet)-Energy-Energy efficiency-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Props-Public engagement-Small group of people-Tourism-You Turn the Earth (campaign title)Shoot:GrEEn Destinations BoracayDOT is rolling out its "GrEEn Destinations" project with Greenpeace, from Boracay to Bohol, and eventually to other destinations next year.