A new study finds that Filipinos find a substantial value in utilizing solar energy instead of sustaining their current dependency on coal and fossil fuels.
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Misreading the climatic, water or ecological situation increasingly will be a significant misstep for many companies.
The DENR is pushing for an honest-to-goodness natural resource and environmental accounting system to enable the agency to come up with specific policies and programs consistent with the sustainable integrated area development approach.
With the government aiming for sustained economic growth of 7 to 8 percent in the medium term, there is a need to pay attention to the country’s natural resources and how they are used and managed.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources is pushing for the adoption a natural resource and environmental accounting system.
NEDA will develop indicators under the NCA method to come up with a proper valuation of the country’s natural resources, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia said.
Remarks as Prepared for Delivery by Mara K. Warwick, World Bank Country Director, Philippines
Remarks by NEDA and the World Bank were made during the National Conference on Natural Capital Accounting in Pasig City, the Philippines.
Sector-wide tools like natural capital accounting are essential to enacting policies for eco-friendly, climate-smart agriculture.
Latin America and Caribbean countries are increasingly using natural capital accounting to inform decision making on policies and planning.