Partnership for Clean Air (PCA) in coordination with local partners will hold the 5th Clean Air Forum with its theme,” Clean Air Act: looking back, moving forward”. The 5th Clean Air Forum is sponsored by Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) through the ASEAN-German Technical Cooperation,
The Department of Transport and Communications, in partnership with the Metro Manila Development Authority and Cebu City Government, is hosting the first national transport application development competition. Participants will be invited to develop applications based on two new kinds of publically available data – regularly updated geographic location and service information for all bus, jeepney, read more
Can your city be nominated for this award? Good luck. Clean Air Asia, together with an international committee of development experts and organizations working on environmentally friendly transportation, invites you to nominate your city for the 10th Annual Sustainable Transport Award. Nominations are now open and will be accepted online at staward.org until September 13, read more
A Journey of Cargo-Bike-Sharing Concept in the Philippines On June 20, 2013 at Eyns Hotel and Restaurant, Catanauan Quezon Province, the Ateneo de Manila University- School of Government’s (ASoG) Rural Mobility Project with support from the International Labour Organization (ILO) will officially turn-over the twenty (20) cargo bicycle units to CLPA, an association formed by read more
For Marlene Asilo, it’s a family heirloom of sorts – a gray, aluminum food cart, one of the many “jolly jeeps” that line the busy streets of the business and financial hub that is Makati City.
In the Philippines, one man envisions green urbanism not just for the country but for the world as well. He is the renowned green architect and urban planner, Felino “Jun” Palafox Jr.
For a variety of reasons, the homeless often wind up living amid transportation infrastructure: rest areas, roadside rights-of-way, the underside of highway bridges, train stations or even moving train cars or buses.