Inclusive Mobility for Cleaner Air

“Less cars, less air pollution.” The second day session of the Clean Air Forum focused on supporting the right of the people to have access to roads via non-motorized transport. Of all the presentations delivered, one got me interested –Inclusive Mobility by the Ateneo School of Government. So what is Inclusive Mobility? It’s about ensuring that everyone’s able to get…

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Partnerships for Cleaner Air

Early today, I attended the 6th Annual Clean Air Forum, jointly organized by NGOs and a couple of government agencies. It banners partnership, which is very fitting, considering that working for clean air isn’t really the responsibility of the government alone as most might be thinking. The theme is so simple it needs no explanation. Partnership is key — commitment…

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Lead-Free

Happy Clean Air Month! Finally, it’s November, and we’re just finalizing the details of our project to celebrate the month. It’s basically about engaging the public, increase their participation as far as stopping air pollution from mobile vehicles is concerned. Anyway, speaking of, it’s a good thing that we have already phased out leaded gasoline and switched to cleaner fuels…

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What can we do to clean the air?

Next week’s already November, time to celebrate yet another Clean Air Month. I haven’t heard of the theme yet, but here are some simple things we can do to help clean the air. First is to quit smoking. Hehehe. Okay, I’m biased cause I don’t smoke, but I feel that quitting would save one not just money from all those…

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Smoke-Free Cabs

Have you seen the Smoke-Free Cab posters? While there are now quite a number of LPG-powered cabs in the country, there is still much to be said about the use of LPG as “fuel” — causing debates around the country, especially as it directly impacts the health of drivers and passengers. I do not really smoke so I do not have a problem…

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