Fighting air pollution from the ground up in Metro Manila
Posted : March 14, 2019

  Clean Air Asia continued to bolster the capacity of local communities in Metro Manila to address air pollution in the second of a series of workshops aimed at raising public awareness, promoting behavioral change, and paving the way for long-term solutions that result in cleaner air. The March 8 “Hangarin Para sa Hangin: Malinis… . . Read More

Context vital in interpretations of air quality data
Posted : March 8, 2019

Addressing air quality issues in cities throughout the Philippines has in recent years become a priority for both the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and a growing number of city administrations, many of which are taking steps to reduce harmful pollutant emissions and improve data gathering and assessment. . . Read More

Clean Air Asia is bringing air quality training to communities
Posted : February 6, 2019

Clean Air Asia is working to raise awareness about air pollution and improve understandings of air quality and climate among communities in Metro Manila. With a specific focus on representatives of the private and public transport sector, the “Hangarin Para sa Hangin (HPSH): Malinis at Ligtas, Para Sa’yo at sa Ating Lahat” (Aspiring to Clean,… . . Read More

DOE presents final guidelines for Philippines’ fuel economy labeling program
Posted : January 14, 2019

December 20, 2018 Representatives from the government, vehicle importers, manufacturers, distributors and dealers, and development partners came together in December to discuss the final draft of the Particular Product Requirements (PPR) for passenger cars and commercial vehicles in the Philippines. At the December 13 meeting and PPR presentation for the Vehicle Fuel and Economy Labeling… . . Read More

2018 brought home the importance of our work
Posted : December 16, 2018

As the end of 2018 approaches, there is much to be thankful for, and much we acknowledge that still must be done if we are to curtail emissions, improve air quality, and dramatically slow the pace of what has the potential to become runaway global climate change. Indeed, perhaps no year in our 17-year history… . . Read More