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The Sustainable Development Solutions Network-Philippines (SDSN-PH) works with the UN SDSN to mobilise scientific and technical expertise from academic and research institutions, civil society, and the private sector to seek solutions to sustainable development problems.

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Wireless system for disaster operations

Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities & Communities

During disasters, it is crucial to communicate vital information, such as medical needs, data on casualties or missing persons' identities. A communication facility can be…

Mobile water treatment system

Clean Water & Sanitation, Sustainable Cities & Communities

On-grid or off-grid communities without sufficient drinking water can use this system to disinfect water. The system contains a series of filters and ultraviolet irradiation.…

Solar-powered aquaponics systems

Sustainable Cities & Communities

In poor remote areas where there are no electricity, families can still grow their own food. With the use of solar energy, stored in a…

Ateneo launches e-jeepney shuttle

Affordable & Clean Energy
As part of the Ateneo de Manila University’s mobility initiatives, the University and Meralco recently launched the eJeep service, which provides a more sustainable mode of transportation within the campus.
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SDSN Philippines Launch – August 3, 2015

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Sustainable development through community engagement: the case for the SDGs

The mineral resources of many developing countries have been viewed as a potential capital that can finance initiatives for sustainable development. However, in the Philippines, mining has never been an agent of development. Instead the decades-long operations of large-scale mining companies in the country have not made any noticeable dent on the fiscal health of the country.
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