Rio de Janeiro declared World Capital of Architecture for 2020

Last Friday, on January 18, 2019, UNESCO’s Assistant Director-General for Culture Ernesto Ottone R., Thomas Vonier, President of the International Union of Architects (UIA), and Verena Vicentini Andreatta, Municipal Secretary of the City of

House OKs proposed “Tourism Sites Accessibility Act”

Members of the House of Representatives this week unanimously approved on third and final reading House Bill 8143 or the “Tourism Sites Accessibility Act,” which mandates the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)

House Committee OKs proposed “Sustainable Transportation System Act”

The proposed act aims to institutionalize a transportation system that utilizes muscular power that is also PWD-, bike-, and environmental-friendly; and also reduces commuting time.

The geography of risk and resilience in Guiuan, the first town hit by Haiyan

Guiuan has come to terms with the hard truth: there are no safe or unsafe zones; there are only places of varying risk, and the people’s capacity to adapt in their places.

House panel approves proposed Green Energy Education Bill

The House Committee on Higher and Technical Education approved on 28 August 2018 a bill authored by former President and now Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, seeking to authorize curriculum development and graduate training on green

5 public transit systems the Philippines can learn from

Here are five cities from across the world the Philippines can learn from when it comes to planning public transportation systems