We must act on climate change for our own long-term development. In an interview with ANC 24/7, ICSC deputy executive director Angelo Kairos Dela Cruz said "The Philippines is a good example of how climate policies can be set up, but the challenge comes with implementation. If we keep on putting climate change as a chapter of our development strategy, it won't make things work. We must act on climate change, not because the UN says so, not because COP27 says so, we must do it for our own long-term development strategies."
Lourdes Tibig, Climate Science Advisor of the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, talks about addressing the climate crisis amid a pandemic.
by ANC News| May 8, 2022 "Transitioning to renewable energy sources, which are indigenous, will lower the prices and will provide stable prices for our consumers," said ICSC senior policy advisor Atty. Pedro Maniego Jr. Watch the full video by ANC Digital: https://youtu.be/_ddLS_R22II
ANC NEWS | April 13, 2022 Financial Futures Center founder and V20 Group finance advisor Sara Jane Ahmed and speakers from the Department of Energy Philippines, ACEN, Solar Philippines, Citicore Power, and BDO Capital discussed the current and future energy landscape of the country on ANC 24/7's webinar entitled "Power Play: [...]
Reposted from the ANC 24/7 Youtube channel Dateline Philippines: House Deputy Speaker Loren Legarda underscores the importance for the whole Philippine government to update its air quality standards in accordance to the WHO's guidelines.
Reposted from the ANC 24/7 Youtube channel Dateline Philippines: While some effects of climate change are already locked in, there is still hope to prevent the worst from happening. That's according to Denise Fontanilla, associate for policy advocacy at the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities. She says the impact of climate change is not entirely [...]
August 11, 2021 | Published by ABS-CBN News | READ THE STORY HERE MANILA – Sea levels in the Philippines may be rising faster than the global average, a climatologist said. Meteorologist and climatologist Lourdes Tibig said a coastal island in Visayas may be experiencing a sea level rise faster than that of the global average. [...]
QUEZON CITY, 2 June 2021 -- In response to the red alert status raised for the Luzon power grid and resulting power outages, an energy policy expert recommended the installation of more renewable energy plants to allow for flexible and affordable power generation. “The shortage in power supply, or more accurately, a lack of reserve capacity, [...]
"Blaming typhoon[s completely] on climate change is not only unscientific, but it also dilutes critical accountability issues among government agencies and other key players." In the face of massive destruction from back-to-back powerful storms, Kairos Dela Cruz, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, calls on authorities to address the [...]
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)