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UN PH chief: 'Social enterprises means to achieving SDGs'

Jul 18, 2016 - 7:51 PM

Now is the time to move beyond good will and advocacy and show leadership innovation and share resources says UN Resident Coordinator in the Philippines Ola Almgren

Social entrepreneurship beyond livelihood

May 30, 2015 - 4:48 PM

BPI and Ateneo launch a social business competition that aims to widen the focus of social entrepreneurship

BPI Foundation partners with Ateneo for BPI Sinag

May 06, 2015 - 6:31 PM

PRESS RELEASE: The program aims to capacitate and accelerate entrepreneurs through cash prizes mentorship and access to finance

Climate-proof roads needed before Clark airport development

Jan 19, 2014 - 8:18 AM

The airport a major economic contributor for Angeles City and Pampanga will only be viable if it can be accessed in any weather

ALL-WEATHER ACCESS. For any development of Clark International Airport (formerly Diosdado Macapagal International Airport) to fly, major roads leading to it must be adapted to climate change and extreme weather events. Photo by Jerick Parrone

Batangas port industry threatened by climate change

Jan 18, 2014 - 7:15 AM

The city has to climate proof its seaport and roads Climate change can also bring in more migrants

MARINE GATEWAY. In order to retain its trading hub status, Batangas City must redesign its seaport to withstand the effects of climate change. Photo by Agence France-Presse

Extreme flooding can turn Naga City into an island

Jan 17, 2014 - 5:49 PM

Naga City proper is within the catchment area of the Bicol River Basin – the old business district sits barely above sea level The city was isolated by flood before

FROM CITY TO ISLAND CITY? Naga City in Camarines Sur sits beside rivers that could overflow during storms and turn the inland city into an island. Photo from the Naga Smiles to the World Facebook page

Tacloban: In the jaws of a 'climate sandwich'

Jan 16, 2014 - 7:12 PM

Upland villages are highly susceptible to landslides while other barangays are only 3 meters above sea level and can be easily be swept when sea levels rise

THREATS TO ECONOMY. Yolanda damage to Tacloban's one and only airport was a big blow to the city's economy. Photo by EPA/Francis Malasig