Illac Diaz is the Executive Director of Liter of Light, a non-governmental organization that advocates for sustainable energy while providing their own lighting solutions to communities to combat energy poverty.
With renowned engineers and new technology always coming and going in stores near us, where are we really within the technology gap?
Through talks, workshops, and the interaction with likeminded individuals, it’s a national network and connection building event to find, ideate, and take action on what can be done to widen sustainable tourism.
Upycling means to reuse the fabrics and materials to create something new. Photojournalist, George Buid, sought out people and organizations making waves in the industry through sustainable ways.
When Adrian Camposagrado founded the environmental organization Estrawnghero Volunteer Group, he thought the battle stopped at plastic drinking straws.
To answer the expanding technology gap, a team headed by Erik Lacson was formed to provide basic knowledge to children lacking the resources.
The Philippines has had its fair share of challenges, but the struggle against flooding has been a long one — and it might be because of our trash.
The Philippines is a beautiful country with thousands of islands and beaches, but it’s not going to last long. Our beaches are deteriorating because of trashes on the shore and within the ocean.
Living in highly urbanized cities does not limit us from pursuing agriculture, but why do we need to learn and cultivate this idea now more than ever?
Dominique Florendo is the founder of Green City, a start-up that’s on the process of research and developing hydroponics for the Philippine setting to create a standard for urban farming.