Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Open-Boat-in-Tacloban-27MZIFJXWUFY8.htmlConceptually similarMat Weaving Workshop in TaclobanGP0STRM83Completed★★★★Open Boat in TaclobanGP0STRM7PCompleted★★★★Human LIVErary Event in TaclobanGP0STRM7XCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior Open Boat in TaclobanGP0STRM7YCompleted★★★★Open Boat in TaclobanGP0STRM7ZCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior Open Boat in TaclobanGP0STRM81Completed★★★★Rainbow Warrior Open Boat in TaclobanGP0STRM7QCompleted★★★★Open Boat in TaclobanGP0STRM7RCompleted★★★★Open Boat in TaclobanGP0STRM80Completed★★★★View AllGP0STRM7TOpen Boat in TaclobanPeople of Eastern Visayas visit the Greenpeace flaship Rainbow Warrior during the open boat days in Tacloban port as part of the Balangaw: The Climate Justice tour. The ship tour will highlight efforts of the people who are reclaiming their rights to safe and ecologically sourced food, rights to resilient and thriving oceans, and to witness how the people are taking their power back by telling stories of survival and hope.The ship is in the Philippines to provide platform for communities who are already dealing with the impacts of the climate crisis, such as Indigenous Peoples, farmers, fisherfolk, youth, grandmothers, and others. Their call is for fossil fuel companies and governments to stop business-as-usual, since they are failing to respect and protect their rights to life, to health, to their culture and way-of-life, to livelihood and an adequate standard of living, and to a stable climate and healthy environment.Locations:Asia-Philippines-Tacloban-Visayan SeaDate:4 Mar, 2018Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2001pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace crew-KWCI (GPI)-Large group of people-Local population-Outdoors-PeopleShoot:Rainbow Warrior in TaclobanGreenpeace’s most iconic ship, the Rainbow Warrior, docks in Tacloban, Eastern Visayas, the region hit hardest by super-typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) in 2013, and the last stop on the Philippine leg of its Southeast Asia ship tour. The Rainbow Warrior is in the region to support communities in pressuring governments and corporations to take immediate action on climate change. Community members are drawing attention to the fact that human rights continue to be threatened by the impacts.