Biden victory a good jump off point for int’l climate policy: ICSC

2020-11-09T17:41:28+08:0009 Nov 2020|Tags: , , , , , |

09 November 2020 -- The victory of United States President-Elect Joseph Biden can give the world a fighting chance to survive and thrive both the COVID and climate crises, but only if grassroots groups and world leaders hold his administration to its promises, according to the Manila-based NGO Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities. Denise [...]

Kairos Dela Cruz on ANC: Sea level rise and climate action

2019-06-13T13:45:33+08:0010 Jun 2019|Tags: , , , |

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.

A few things to consider

2019-06-11T15:04:16+08:0004 Sep 2015|Tags: , , , , , |

by Renato Redentor Constantino Jakarta, 01 September -- The news of men, the concerns. It's a curious thing. Elsewhere in the world, three Category 4 typhoons have formed in the Pacific, an unprecedented gathering. Colorado state hurricane expert Phil Klotzbach pointed to “a couple of big factors [that] have led to the very active Central [...]

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 [...]