The Philippines is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. And with a growing population that needs vital resources to sustain growth, climate change poses a threat to our development gains and our way of life, leaving us more vulnerable to food insecurity, environmental degradation, climate disasters and conflict.

From the cities to the outskirts, low carbon and climate-smart development initiatives, including the use of renewable energy, are needed to power our dreams, drive us out from poverty and realize our full potential as a nation. Clean accessible water, nutritious food from farm to table, efficient energy and transport systems, thriving cities and economy, and a nurturing environment – all of these are essential in building our peoples’ well-being and resilience.

“Redoubling climate efforts across communities, industries and subnational governments is urgently needed to meet the targets of the 2015 Paris Agreement. Recent extreme weather events we have witnessed globally are a stark reminder of what is at stake. We must spark the momentum necessary to accelerate the climate action happening now, and scale up efforts, in line with keeping warming to 1.5°C.”

Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, WWF Global Climate and Energy Program Leader

One Planet City Challenge

As the centerpiece of WWF’s work with cities, OPCC aims to

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Earth Hour

A WWF-led global movement composed of millions

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Earth Hour Village

Reaching out to far-flung, off-grid coastal areas

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Renewable Energy

Spreading awareness and public engagement in promoting

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Abuan Watershed

Aiming to enhance the resiliency of communities

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All-Weather Urban Corridors

Roads that hold out against the effects of extreme weather conditions

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