<span>A replica of s dead whale, its innards disgorging a heady mix of plastic waste caught people's attention on the beach of Naic, Cavite province. Greenpeace unveiled the 15-meter-long installation to dramatize is concern over the plastic pollution that is choking the oceans and driving whales to beach themselves - and die. </span>
<span>An MMDA ferry maneuvers around thick water hyacinth that occupies majority of the Pasig river along Ayala bridge in Manila, July 18, 2016.  Water hyacinth spreads quickly in any weather condition in the Philippines, especially in dirty water, clogging many water ways. </span>
<span>A man and a child collects plastic materials from the pile of garbage floating along a river in Pretil, Tondo Manila on March 27, 2015. Environmental groups are protesting the impact of plastic consumption to human health and the environment.</span>
<span>Workers scavenge for recyclable items at the Payatas Sanitary Landfill in Quezon City on March 17, 2015. The group Alyansa ng mga Nagkakaisa sa Payatas is protesting the on-going operations at the landfill as the open dumpsite's proximity to the residents of the urban poor resettlement area in Lupang Pangako has caused adverse effects on their health.</span>