Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Waste-in-Pasig-river--Manila--Philippines-27MZIFJWY4A9J.htmlConceptually similarSelection of single-use sachet products video clips, Manila.GP0STR3SMCompleted★★★★Greenpeace and PRRC Track Plastic Pollution in Pasig River - Web VideoGP0STR1L2Completed★★★★Greenpeace and PRRC Track Plastic Pollution in Pasig River - Web Video (German)GP322K7Completed★★★★Manila Plastics Project - Web Video - 47sec (CLEAN Version)GP0STR3GLCompleted★★★★Manila Plastics Project - Web Video - 56sec (CLEAN Version)GP0STR3GYCompleted★★★★Manila Plastics Project - Web Video - 56 sec (ENG Version)GP0STR3HACompleted★★★★Plastic Waste Protest in Manila Bay - Highlights Web Video (ENG)GP0STT2LKCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste Protest in Manila Bay - Highlights Web Video (CLEAN)GP0STT2LOCompleted★★★★★★Plastic Monster Delivery at DENR in the Philippines - Web VideoGP0STU7VYCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STSV5HWaste in Pasig river, Manila, PhilippinesGlobally, 300 million tons of plastic are produced annually, and approximately 8 million tons of plastic waste enter the sea each year. The Philippines ranks as the third worst polluter into the world's oceans, with 1.88 million metric tonnes of mismanaged plastic wastes in the country per year. In developing countries such as the Philippines, and especially in big cities like Manila, plastic pollution is extremely severe with catastrophic effects on the environment and people. Global corporations favor "single-use sachet economies", where people on limited incomes are pushed to buy products -instant coffee, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.- packaged in cheap, disposable plastic bags. These cheap disposable plastics, or sachets, usually end up in landfill or marine debris, like in Manila Bay.Single-use sachet products video clips: 00:00-04:08Single-use sachet products video clips: 04:09-04:32Plastic pollution in Pasig River video clips: 04:33-04:51Date:22 Sep, 2017Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:25sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :B-ROLLKeywords:Break Free from Plastics (campaign title)-Children-Cities-Day-Dirty-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Outdoors-Plastics-Pollution-Poverty-River pollution-Rivers-SwimmingShoot:Freedom Island Waste Clean-up and Brand Audit (Video)Environmental groups launch the brand audit and waste clean-up activity at Freedom Island in Las Piñas - Paranque, Metro Manila. Freedom Island is a critical habitat and ecotourism area in Manila Bay which serves as temporary home for migratory birds from different countries such as China, Japan and Siberia.