WWF, BPI launch climate adaptation study
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The World Wide Fund for Nature Philippines (WWF-Philippines), in partnership with the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), unveiled the latest and third phase of Business Risk Assessment and the Management of Climate Impacts, a multi-year climate adaptation study on Philippine cities that examines economic and climate trends to predict and prepare for likely future scenarios. At the presentation were BPI Foundation executive director Randy Maranan, Climate Change commissioner Naderev Sano, BPI president Cezar Consing, WWF-Philippines CEO and vice chair Jose Ma. Lorenzo Tan, and Ayala Group of Companies chair Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala.
WWF, BPI launch climate adaptation study. (2015, January 9). Malaya, p. A10.
Climatic changes; Environment management; Public health; Financial management; Environmental protection; Risk management; Evaluation; Economics; Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI); World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Philippines); Maranan, Randy; Sano, Naderev; Consing, Cezar; Lorenzo Tan, Jose Ma.; Zobel de Ayala, Jaime Augusto
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