OPINION: Is the Philippine national grid vulnerable to cyber-attacks?

2020-03-17T11:51:09+08:0011 Feb 2020|Tags: , , , , , , , |

by Jessa Ibañez and Kenneth Daniel Quesada, Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities

Pusblished in ABS-CBN News, Feb 11, 2020

Grid security was identified as an urgent national concern in last week’s Senate energy hearing, given not only that the State Grid Corporation of China’s 40 percent ownership of the national grid operating concession […]

Mother’s kindness inspires heroism

2019-06-11T14:45:58+08:0031 Aug 2015|Tags: , , , , , , |

Gigie Cruz, text and photos, with a report by Red Constantino
Originally published in ABS-CBN News.com

Mother’s kindness inspires heroism A mural of heroes featuring Corporal Anjantte Obligado, Lottie Salarda, Joaquin Corrigidor, at the Re-Charge Tacloban project site, a solar energy and sustainable services training facility in […]

Dithering is not an option

2019-06-11T10:55:42+08:0005 May 2015|Tags: , |

by Red Constantino

It’s not merely the content of recent climate and energy-related news that should give the country’s economic managers pause. It’s that news agencies – business wires, in particular – are now paying close attention to global threats and trends that the Philippine government continues to ignore.

Perhaps it was easy before, even convenient, to belittle […]