Energy in Our Hands
CEED is turning 6, and in gratitude to all who gave meaning to another year of CEED’s journey, we wish to share with you stories from some of the communities who today are taking on the challenge of pushing forward clean, affordable, and accessible energy for all. Read more here on the Likas Kayang Enerhiya para sa Sambayanan project in Oriental Mindoro, Negros Occidental, and Sarangani.Energy in Our Hands
#LiwanagSaPasko: Help bring light to communities affected by Typhoon Odette
Last December 16, parts of Visayas and Mindanao were devastated by Odette, the strongest typhoon to make landfall in the Philippines this year. Odette left a trail of destruction, leaving thousands of families without shelter, electricity, and clean water this holiday season. Help us bring light to some of the most heavily hit communities this Christmas.Liwanag Sa Pasko - Donation drive
Switching On Transformative Energy | Report
The worsening climate crisis, lingering pandemic, and increasingly unreliable and inequitable energy systems provide the Philippines an unparalleled opportunity to rethink its energy sector, and sustained reliance on fossil fuels would only keep the country from reaping the full benefits of its readily available renewable energy sources. CEED explores this in its latest report: Switching On Transformative Energy.Read More
Why the PH natural gas development bills are climate-blind | Policy brief
In renewable energy-rich and climate-vulnerable Philippines, both houses of Congress are deliberating bills that seek to develop the midstream and down-stream fossil gas industries. bridge, in the country’s low-carbon transition. While we have yet to fully phase-out the coal industry, the single largest driver of the climate emergency, we are yet again developing another fossil fuel without a clear phase-out plan in sight.Read more
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The Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development is a research institution that advocates for energy democracy, ecological integrity, and a people-centered development path. A young organization established in 2015, CEED is composed of individuals with a heart for the environment and for the people.