March 30, 2012
SENATOR LOREN LEGARDA TODAY CALLED ON FILIPINOS TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS YEAR’S EARTH HOUR, THE WORLD’S LARGEST CAMPAIGN FOR THE PLANET, ON MARCH 31.
March 30, 2012
At 8:30 PM, cities and towns across the world will turn off their lights for one hour.
“As individuals and members of our respective communities, we shape the state of our environment, a reality that translates into a huge responsibility on our part. Participating in the Earth Hour is one way to crystallize norms of conduct […]
THIS HOLY WEEK, WE ARE REMINDED OF THE GREAT COMPASSION OF OUR GOD AND THE BLESSING OF FORGIVENESS FOR THOSE WITH PENITENT HEARTS.
March 29, 2012
Let this be a chance for all of us to take a pause from our busy lives and reflect on what genuinely matter – our faith, our values and our mission.
May the lessons of Christ’s sacrifice remind us to remain steadfast in our commitment to serve others.
Let us pray for our families, communities and nation […]
SENATOR LOREN LEGARDA TODAY ENCOURAGED HEIGHTENED ENGAGEMENT OF THE BUSINESS SECTOR IN DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION EFFORTS TO PREVENT SUBSTANTIAL BUSINESS LOSSES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SETBACKS RESULTING FROM DISASTERS OF UNPRECEDENTED SCALE.
March 28, 2012
“The US$ 800-million loss endured by insurance giant Lloyd’s of London last year due to record-high catastrophe claims should be a wake-up call for governments and businesses to be prepared for the growing scale of disaster losses being absorbed by the economy,” she stressed.
IN JUST OVER A YEAR AS CHAIR OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS, SENATOR LOREN LEGARDA HAS ALREADY STEERED THE PASSAGE OF FIVE (5) INTERNATIONAL TREATIES AND HAS SPONSORED FOUR (4) MORE AGREEMENTS FOR SENATE CONCURRENCE.
March 27, 2012
Legarda has pushed for the approval of the following international agreements, namely: (1) the RP-Japan Agreement on Technical Cooperation; (2) the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC); (3) the Optional Protocol to the Convention Against Torture (OPCAT); (4) the Protocol Additional […]
SENATOR LOREN LEGARDA URGED THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES (DENR) AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS TO IMMEDIATELY IMPLEMENT CLEAN-UP MEASURES FOR RIVERS, LAKES, SEAS, AND OTHER WATERWAYS, STRESSING THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT OF RECENT RED TIDE EPISODES.
Legarda made the call following the latest bulletin issued by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) on the coastal areas affected by harmful algal bloom, more commonly known as red tide. Based on the red tide alert, shellfishes collected at Dumanquillas […]