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John Leo Algo
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Algo: Interfaith divestment to address ecological crisis
THE state of planetary health is deteriorating, as humankind confronts multiple crises that are often the result of its own actions. The excessive burning of fossil fuels has released greenhouse gases that has polluted our air and accelerated global warming, ...
From 68 days ago
Algo: How to achieve low-cost electricity for Filipinos
AMID the Covid-19 pandemic and bill shocks, consumers in Metro Manila and neighboring provinces must brace themselves for another electricity price hike. Meralco announced an upcoming increase of P0.12 per kilowatt-hour within the month, citing higher generation charges as the ...
From 91 days ago
Algo: Avoiding emissions, higher ambition: The Philippines's climate pledge
THE year 2020 presents a moment of truth for climate action. The world has less than a decade to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial temperatures and avoid more catastrophic climate change, one of the key goals ...
From 96 days ago
Algo: From streets to screens: The anatomy of an online climate strike
CLIMATE advocates have been campaigning for years against a "new normal" that would be created by more extreme climate change in the next few decades. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought on a different type of "new normal" that has ...
From 118 days ago
Algo: Natural rehabilitation for a healthier Manila Bay
WHEN we demanded for Manila Bay to be rehabilitated after decades of neglect, this is not what we expected or needed.The beautification of Manila Bay with "white sand" or crushed dolomite has been met with criticism. The Department of Environment ...
From 133 days ago
Algo: Least cost, more benefits for the Philippines's energy future
ENERGY security and resilience has never been more urgent for the Philippines to address. The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed significant weaknesses in the current landscape of the country's power sector, including failures in delivering electricity to residential areas despite the ...
From 141 days ago
Algo: Recovering from Covid-19 with a climate lens
THE Philippines finds itself facing the brunt of two crises. Addressing the Covid-19 pandemic is at the forefront of national agenda for the foreseeable future, as public and private sectors develop urgent strategies to limit the spread of the coronavirus ...
From 183 days ago
Algo: Achieving energy resilience and sustainability in post-Covid-19 Philippines
THE energy sector is one of the most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Economic lockdowns have caused significant drops in energy demand, oil prices, and pollution compared to previous years. It has also showcased the resilience of renewable energy (RE) ...
From 209 days ago
Algo: Addressing climate-related disasters in Covid-19 era
WHILE the Philippines is recovering from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, its vulnerability to climate change remains among the world's highest. The country's capacity for resilience will face more difficult challenges as it braces itself for a season marked ...
From 216 days ago
Algo: Life on Earth: Reflections on biodiversity and Laudato Si'
AS WE commemorate June as the Philippine Environment Month, the need for biodiversity conservation has never been more apparent than it is today. The lockdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has made us not only realize the extent of impacts ...
From 229 days ago