October 29, 2021

Go Manila: Building the City’s First Data Digital Infrastructure

Liveable Cities Challenge congratulates the City of Manila for being selected as one of two cities in the Philippines and Southeast Asia (the other city is Butuan) by Bloomberg Philanthropies in the 2021 Global Mayors Challenge.

Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno '' Domagoso's GO Manila initiative, a city-wide and data-driven digital infrastructure, has been recognized by Bloomberg as one of the top 50 urban transformative innovations for the Mayors’ Challenge ⁠— making the nation’s capital a finalist for the Championship phase in this year’s competition. 

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September 8, 2021

Building an E-Vehicle Ecosystem: Alan Pilz

ACCELERATING E-VEHICLE DEVELOPMENT

Alan Pilz, Business Consultant for the Transportation and Mobility Industry of Dassault Systèmes, is involved in providing innovative software solutions to help industries optimize their customer experiences. Dassault partners with innovation leaders across various industries to address new challenges of mobility.

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September 8, 2021

Building an E-Vehicle Ecosystem: Freddie Tinga

MOVING PEOPLE TO A BETTER TOMORROW

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September 8, 2021
September 8, 2021

Building an E-Vehicle Ecosystem: Corazon Dichosa

PH TOWARDS AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRIFICATION

The Board of Investments (BOI) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) see electric vehicles as a key technology to contribute to sustainable development with lower greenhouse gas emissions, less air pollution for citizens, and new job opportunities with positive social impact. Aside from environmental benefits, corresponding health benefits of e-vehicles to the Filipino population are seen, thus the journey to automotive electrification as one of the government’s mitigating measures to climate change and its impacts to the country.

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September 8, 2021

Building an E-Vehicle Ecosystem: Art Tan

IT TAKES A COUNTRY TO BUILD AN EV ECOSYSTEM

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August 25, 2021

Green Buildings and Open Spaces: Paulo Alcazaren

FROM GREY TO GREEN

The World Health Organization recommends a minimum provision for nine square meters of public park and open space (PPOS) for every city resident.  Unfortunately, for a person living in Metro Manila, reports say they only have one square meter of PPOS.

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August 25, 2021

Green Buildings and Open Spaces: Nathaniel “Dinky” von Einsiedel

TOWARDS GREEN AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

ASSURE President Nathaniel “Dinky” von Einsiedel’s presentation centers on the spatial implications of the pandemic and the necessary urban developments that can mitigate the spread of future contagions and reduce adverse social, economic, and environmental impacts on cities. All these as we build greener and healthier communities.

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