CEB lightning shelters
(left) CEB’s chief marketing and customer experience officer Candice Iyog and Lei Apostol, CEB Vice President for Customer Service Operations, explain to the media the purpose of the lightning shelters at the NAIA 3, as shown on the other photo. (JERRY S. TAN)

CEB to install five lightning shelters at NAIA

IN an effort to further strengthen its operational resiliency and ensure the safety of passengers and airport ground personnel in the event of a Red

Carbon PH
Representatives from the country’s top companies gathered to share insights on solving the problems of climate change during the 4th Carbon PH Coalition learning session last April 11. SMIC Consultant and Head of Investor Relations and Sustainability Timothy Daniels (front row, third from left) and Philippine Climate Change Commission Secretary Robert E.A Borje (front row, fourth from left) served as key speakers, while Aboitiz Equity Ventures Chief Reputation and Sustainability Officer Ginggay Hontiveros-Malvar (front row, third from right) served as facilitator. Also in attendance is Ayala Corporation Risk Management and Sustainability Head and UN Global Compact Network Philippines Chairperson Ma. Victoria A. Tan (front row, second from right).

Carbon PH: Government and private sector collaborate on climate action

The Philippine government, the private sector, and investors are of one mind in addressing the problems caused by climate change. During the 4th Carbon PH

DSWD peace development programs
Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Asst. Secretary for Inclusive-Sustainable Peace and Special Concerns (ISPSC) Arnel Garcia, together with DSWD Field Office V Regional Director Norman Laurio, AFP 903rd Brigade Commander BGen Jose Ricky Laniog and Police Regional Director Colonel Dionesio Laceda, awards the Certificate of Appreciation to provincial Administrator Eric Ravanilla, who represented Sorsogon Governor Jose Edwin B. Hamor.

DSWD brings benchmarking study on Sorsogon’s ex-rebels to boost peace, dev’t programs

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) commenced on Monday (April 15) the fourth leg of the benchmarking study on former rebels in the