October 28, 2022
PARIS, 28 October 2022 – Senate President Pro Tempore Loren Legarda has stated the importance of the Paris Agreement to the country as the Philippine delegation, led by Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri, met with French legislators on Tuesday, October 25.
October 27, 2022
“One of the many advocacies and issues that bond France and the Philippines is the Paris Agreement. Being number one in the world risk index, as the most vulnerable nation in the world, we value our ratification of the Paris […]
PARIS, 27 October 2022 – Senate President Pro Tempore Loren Legarda called on the Philippine government to consider investing in blue carbon initiatives through the sustainable management of marine resources and marine-linked sectors which are also vital for climate change adaptation along the coasts.
October 24, 2022
The appeal came following the Philippine senators’ meeting with their French counterparts where they discussed matters of global concern including environment and climate change.
Building a blue carbon economy entails creating ocean sectors and businesses that are socially […]
Senate President Pro Tempore Loren Legarda embarks on an official visit to France with Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri and other Philippine senators to meet with their French counterparts and discuss how to enhance the bilateral ties between the two nations.
October 13, 2022
“This meeting is an opportune time for us to assess our country’s strong ties with the French Republic and discuss how we can foster our friendship and cooperation, especially on areas that concern both the Philippines and France,” Legarda stated.
Legarda leads the “Campaign for Nature” High Ambition Coalition
October 12, 2022
At no other time in the history of this country have we seen the confluence of high-level reactions to the dual threats of climate change and biodiversity collapse. United States Senator Russell Feingold sought the guidance and leadership of Senator Loren Legarda in bringing the Philippines into the High Ambition Coalition (HAC). With the conviction brought about by twin disasters placing us among the most vulnerable, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) […]
According to the WorldRiskIndex 2022, the Philippines ranks the highest in terms of disaster risk among 193 countries covering 99 percent of the world’s population.
“The Philippines, which belongs to the top 10 vulnerable countries to the impacts of climate change, is now also found to be the number one disaster-risk country worldwide. This poses a major concern for us. This must serve as an urgent call to act now” said Loren Legarda, Senate President Pro Tempore, upon learning of the […]