The Philippines can either attract $20 billion in renewable energy investments over the next 10 years, or be left with $20 billion of stranded [coal] assets, IEEFA energy finance analyst Sara Jane Ahmed said on ANC’s Dateline Philippines on March 6, 2020. (Reporting from Dateline Philippines/ ANC)
The Philippines must incorporate climate change in its long-term development plans, an economist from the University of the Philippines said on Thursday.
Dr. Toby Monsod of the UP School of Economics said climate change poses serious threats to a country’s economic growth.
“Rethink the Medium […]
Kairos Dela Cruz, ICSC’s associate for climate policy, talks to Migs Bustos of Early Edition on ANC about sea level rise projections worldwide and in the Philippines, and how the country can ramp up its efforts to respond to this and other climate change impacts.
(Posted on Early Edition on ANC, April 16, 2019) ICSC senior policy advisor Atty. Pete Maniego tells Michelle Ong about the economic benefits of transitioning from coal to renewable energy and from centralized to distributed generation systems in today’s Early Edition on ANC.
(Posted on Early Edition on ANC, March 06, 2019)
MANILA — Women are helping Tacloban City rebuild from Super Typhoon Haiyan by installing solar panels.
“Recharge Pilipinas” not only helps bring renewable energy to the mainstream, it gives the typhoon-prone communities a power source during disasters.