“Liberate the 88%!”: Rep. Legarda echoes experts’ calls to prioritize Metro Manila majority of non-car owners
QUEZON CITY, June 11, 2020 – On the eve of Independence Day, Antique Representative and Deputy Speaker Loren Legarda headed a multisectoral call for government to move people, not cars, as the mobility talks she co-organized with the Climate Change Commission  revolved around research that 88% of households in Metro Manila and the rest of […]
By Rosan Verbraak and Kevin Heerema
Editor’s Note: Kevin and Rosan are college students taking up Public Administration at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. As ICSC interns, they are working on a research on non-motorized transport in Metro Manila.
Our three-week survey on active mobility in Metro Manila – a joint initiative of the Institute for […]
Cycling: a way of living in Metro Manila?
By Kevin Heerema and Rosan Verbraak
Editor’s Note: Kevin and Rosan are bachelor’s students taking up Public Administration at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. They are currently in an internship with ICSC, working on a research on non-motorized transport in Metro Manila.
“The Dutch learn to cycle before they […]
MANILA, Updated 14 March 2019 – As residents in areas of Metro Manila grapple with water scarcity issues for several days, a climate and energy policy group cautioned that climate change would only exacerbate existing risks and development issues.
Renato Redentor Constantino, executive director of the Manila-based Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, commented:
“As a climate policy […]