Senator Loren Legarda today met with visiting officials from the Royal Kingdom of Bhutan and discussed efforts of the Philippines on environmental protection, disaster resilience, climate adaptation and cultural preservation.Read More
Senator Loren Legarda, Chair of the Senate Committee on Climate Change, today expressed support for the Climate Change Commission’s (CCC) policy review of all existing energy policies.
“There have been challenges in our efforts to fast track the development of our renewable energy resources more aggressively. This is why the review of our energy policies is most welcome and I laud the CCC in leading a multi-stakeholder review of our existing energy policies and formulating a comprehensive policy framework on energy,” Legarda said as the CCC launched the National Energy Policy Review (NEPR) at the Kalayaan Hall in Malacañan Palace today.Read More
Senator Loren Legarda on Monday urged the public to go meatless at least once a month to start a low-carbon lifestyle and help mitigate climate change.
Legarda said cutting down on meat consumption can help lower carbon emission.Read More
On the occasion of World Meat-Free Day today (June 13), Senator Loren Legarda said that cutting down on meat consumption is one way to start a low-carbon lifestyle and help mitigate climate change.
“Part of climate change mitigation is the promotion of a low carbon lifestyle. Since meat production and consumption produce more greenhouse gases, eating lower on the food pyramid is advised, which means less meat and more of whole grains, fruits and vegetables,” said Legarda, Chair of the Senate Committee on Climate Change.Read More
Barely six months after the Philippines had its closing ceremony for its historic return to the Venice Art Biennale in 2015 via a well-received exhibit called “Tie a String Around the World,” the country was back in the Renaissance city this May to participate in the architecture component of the global art exhibition, the Venice Architecture Biennale.Read More