The study, Best Green Business Practices among MSMEs in the Food Processing Industry of the Philippines, aims to promote pioneering cases of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) sharing their stories on how their committed actions to protect the surrounding environment and resources became beneficial both financially and socially
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
The report Green Growth in Cebu, Philippines explores policies and governance systems to promote green growth in Metro Cebu, Philippines, and provides recommendations for enhancing Cebu’s green growth potential.
Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES), The Nature Conservancy, IH Cantabria
This Technical Report, Valuing Protective Services of Mangroves in the Philippines: Technical report, provides a social and economic valuation of the flood protection benefits from mangroves in the Philippines. This work aims to support decisions across development, aid, risk reduction, and conservation sectors as they seek to identify sustainable and cost-effective approaches for risk reduction. Using high-resolution flooding models, the Report examines the flooding that would occur with and without mangroves under different storm conditions throughout the Philippines and estimates the annual expected benefits of mangroves for protecting people and property in social and economic terms.
Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES), The Nature Conservancy
Mangroves and other coastal ecosystems act as natural defenses that protect people and property from storms, floods, erosion, and other coastal hazards, reducing coastal risk. This Technical Report applies the Expected Damage Function approach recommended by the World Bank to quantify the risk reduction benefits, in economic and social terms, from mangroves in the Philippines.
Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES), World Bank Group, Southern Palawan Technical Working Group
This technical report, Pilot Ecosystem Account for Southern Palawan, explores the specific challenges confronting natural resource management in Southern Palawan and presents the key findings of the ecosystem accounts, which were developed at different scales (depending on data availability), including the Pulot watershed and the municipalty of Sofroñio Española.
Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES), World Bank Group, Laguna Lake Development Authority
As the largest inland water body in the Philippines and the third largest in Southeast Asia, the Laguna de Bay has been confronted with growing pressures on its ecosystems. This technical report, Pilot Ecosystem Account for Laguna de Bay Basin, explores the specific challenges confronting natural resource management in the Laguna de Bay Basin, and presents the key findings of the ecosystem account developed between January 2014 to December 2015.