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Eleventh Hour: The EPR Act and the pursuit of a circular economy

Youth participation is critical in drafting the Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 11898 or the Extended Producer Responsibility Act and crafting more policies that will enable a circular economy. This was emphasized in our column Eleventh Hour this week written by our Communications Officer, Mary Jane San Juan.

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Magna Carta for Commuters, more inclusive urban mobility systems pushed

The enactment of the Magna Carta for Commuters will ensure the rights of the public, especially pedestrians, cyclists, and persons with disabilities, to safe, convenient, and affordable transport services and infrastructure, advocates said during #FreeToMove: Advocacy and Movement Building Workshop on Sustainable Urban Mobility recently held in Baguio City.

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Ahead of World Car-Free Day, Baguio City counts people on bicycles

In advance of the celebration of World Car-Free Day, cycling advocates and the local government of Baguio City counted cyclists in seven areas in the city from September 17-19, 2022. They undertook this count to establish baseline data on the number of residents using bicycles for daily transport, to help local policymakers make informed decisions on transport route network planning.

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