The latest publication of CEED and grassroots movement REpower Negros reveals the two-province island’s potential to serve as a starting point for the transformation of the country’s power sector thanks to its unique power landscape.Read more
Leaving Behind ADB's Dirty Energy Legacy: Civil Society Critical Reflections and Recommendations
Civil society groups are challenging the Asian Development Bank anew to jumpstart Asia’s energy transition by decarbonizing its energy investments portfolio. Read CEED and the NGO Forum on ADB's latest publication here.Read more
The Decade In Review: Expanding Coal, Lagging Renewables, and Rising Fossil Gas
Expanding coal, lagging development of renewable energy, and rising use of fossil gas - this is the gloomy reality that a review of the past decade's energy landscape showed. There is, however, much reason to believe that the tides will soon turn in favor of clean and affordable energy for all.Read More
COVID-19 and the Climate Crisis
On April 24, President Rodrigo Duterte in a national address announced the extension of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) to May 15 in high risk areas to combat COVID-19, as local cases of infection and deaths continue to rise. The additional time that this offers before economic and social activities resume must be used by the government as an opportunity to evaluate how it can realign the economy in light of the crisis, making it more sustainable and responsive to the needs of the people.Read More
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