The Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development (CEED), an independent, think-do institution engaged in issues of energy, environment, and development in the Philippines, expressed opposition to theconvening of a global clean coal alliance—a proposal made by the US Delegation to the Conference of Parties (COP23).
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Environmental justice group BAN Toxics today welcomed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s commitment to find a solution to the Canadian waste that has been sent to the Philippines in 2013.
Hundreds of activists belonging to militant groups SANLAKAS, Bukluran ng Manggawang Pilipino (BMP), Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM) and Piglas Kababaihan braved the tight security blockade from Metro Manila to Clark, Pampanga, where the East Asian Summit is taking place, November 14, 2017.
As the Philippines continues to be a global leader in fostering gender equality, United States President Donald Trump on Friday praised the country for its progressive efforts to promote women empowerment and address gender inequality.
WSK: The Festival of the Recently Possible together with The Japan Foundation Asia Center and De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde School of Design and Arts shed light on the growing importance of new media arts in the era of rapid innovation and technological evolution at WSK Axis 2017 festival, which ran from Oct 23 to Nov 4, 2017.
“Kid Power” explores kids around the world and the powerful influence they exert within their households, and further delves into how Filipino kids differ from the rest of the world.
Following the completion of the ASEAN Data Science Explorers Philippines National Finals, six local students were awarded the top three awards for their insights and ideas on driving a sustainable future for ASEAN.
The recent ‘State of HR in the Philippines’ report published by Sprout Solutions ranked the major pain points Filipino HR (human resource) practitioners face. Garnering the most votes from a thousand participants are recruitment (56.90%), timekeeping (40.30%), and payroll (38.90%).
The Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development (CEED), an independent, non-profit, non-stock, think-do institution engaged in issues of the environment, energy, and development in the Philippines, called attention to a newly published report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) and the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC), whose findings emphasized that “existing and future coal plants in the country are a losing gamble for all Filipinos.”
GCash, in partnership with Facebook, is excited to announce an easy new way for people in the Philippines to pay bills and buy prepaid load using Messenger, with the ability to send money to friends and family coming soon.