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Volcanic ash, coal ash, and air quality and emission standards in the Philippines

Following the recent phreatic eruption of the Taal Volcano which led to the displacement of more than 20,000 families, there has been growing concerns on the harmful impacts of volcanic ash to public health. This has also led to greater awareness of another toxic and polluted emission from which many communities have long been suffering–coal ash. This policy brief takes a comparative look at the harmful impacts of volcanic ash and coal ash, the country’s existing guidelines and standards on ambient air quality and emissions of stationary sources, and the system for monitoring compliance.

Convergence for 100% Clean and Affordable Renewable Energy (CARE) in the Philippines

In celebration of the 10th year anniversary of the Renewable Energy Law (RE Law), the Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development (CEED), Philippine Movement for Climate Justice (PMCJ), Greenpeace Philippines, World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines (WWF Philippines), Bantay Kita, and Sanlakas as part of the Power for People Coalition (P4P Coalition), created a space for confluence among key stakeholders in the country’s power industry in a Symposium entitled “Convergence for 100% Renewable Energy in the Philippines: A Symposium on the Challenges faced by Stakeholders in advancing Renewable Energy in the Philippines”.