June 12th marks the day the country declared itself free and independent, able to govern towards a future best fit for its people. But genuine freedom and independence is yet to be felt by millions of families across the country who remain with limited access to decent work that pays enough for a person to lead a life of dignity.
Multi-sectoral coalition SANLAKAS welcomed the recently signed resolution by the Climate Change Commission (CCC) declaring that the Commission shall facilitate in the next 6 months “a national policy review and framework development on energy, through a whole-of-nation approach, in accordance with a low carbon development pathway and national goals and targets for climate change adaptation and mitigation, disaster risk reduction and sustainable development, and considering the prioritization and acceleration of renewable energy development, enhancement of energy efficiency and conservation, and insurance of clean, affordable, and reliable energy for the entire country”.
Globe Telecom and the Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA) have joined hands in sharing techniques that will bring about lasting change in a leader’s work habits and overall attitude for the creation of a #wonderfulPH.
Globe aligns its four focus areas with the recently launched United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals which allows it to contribute to nine of the Global Goals