Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Reef-Investigation-in-Apo-Island-27MZIFVH93XS.htmlConceptually similarReef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O7WCompleted★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O7UCompleted★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O7XCompleted★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O7YCompleted★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O81Completed★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O82Completed★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O84Completed★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O80Completed★★★★Reef Investigation in Apo IslandGP04O83Completed★★★★View AllGP04O7VReef Investigation in Apo IslandArea of reef destroyed by Typhoon Pablo (in December 2012) at the Marine Protected Area (MPA) of Apo Island. An increase in severity of extreme weather events is one of the predicted effects of climate change. Divers from Silliman University, Coastal Conservation and Education foundation, and Greenpeace surveyed the massive coral damage in Apo Island. The documentation of Apo island reef is one of the activities Greenpeace has taken part in during her tour in the Philippines.Locations:Apo Island-Apo Island Marine Reserve-Dauin-Negros Oriental-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:10 Jul, 2013Credit:© Steve De Neef / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Climate change impacts-Corals-Defending Our Oceans (campaign title)-Destruction-KWCI (GPI)-Marine protected areas-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Reefs-Seas-Typhoons-Underwater shotsShoot:MY Esperanza in the PhilippinesThe Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza is in the Philippines for a three week journey starting in the Visayas and ending in Manila. The ship, on her Philippine leg of the “Ocean Defenders Tour of South East Asia 2013”, will tell the story of the richness and the beauty of the Philippine seas, expose destruction that causes marine degradation and call for urgent government action to protect its rich biodiversity.