EITSC sounds wake-up call for PH to achieve inclusive sustainable dev’t
Photos from top left: Henry Schumacher, President of EISTC and Panel Discussion Moderator during the Advocacy Forum on “Achieving Win-Win Approaches in Sustainable Development” held last June 20 at the Dusit Thani Hotel in Makati City discussing with notable speakers DOT Undersecretary Benito Bengzon, Jr., Ms. Doris Magsaysay-Ho, President and CEO of Magsaysay Group of Companies, Dr. Benigno Peczon, the president of the Coalition for Agriculture Modernization in the Philippines, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia, delivering his keynote speech and presented the “AmBisyon Natin 2040” program of the government, (down left) DOT Undersecretary Bengzon presented PH Tourism’s Sustainable Consumption Program and Value Chain Training being done nationwide, George Platzer, Manager of Ikano Philippines and IKEA Southeast Asia explaining the real threat of climate change in the whole world emphasizing that the threat is real, and Jo Ann Eala, Bank of the Philippines (BPI) head of Sustainable Energy Finance explaining the challenges and success story of BPI encouraging other companies to embark on green buildings as part of their Sustainable Energy Finance Program. Photos by Monsi A. Serrano/THEPHILBIZNEWS

EITSC sounds wake-up call for PH to achieve inclusive sustainable dev’t

Text and photos By Monsi A. Serrano Presenting high-profile speakers representing the country’s biggest industries, the EITSC Advocacy Forum, held recently in Makati City, sounded a wake-up call to the…

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EITSC, NordCham to engage gov’t, business in sustainable dev’t goals
NordCham Executive Director Joona Selin listens intently as EITSC President Henry Schumacher gives media a preview of the Advocacy Forum slated on June 20 at the Dusit Thani Hotel in Makati City Photo From THEPHILBIZNEWS/Nate C. Barretto

EITSC, NordCham to engage gov’t, business in sustainable dev’t goals

EITSC, NordCham to engage gov’t, business in sustainable dev’t goals Text and photo by Nate C. Barretto Whatever happened to the country’s drive towards attaining the sustainable development goals (SDG)…

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