As the population rapidly increases, demand for basic needs such as food, water, and energy also increases. This creates an increasingly vicious cycle where human activities adversely impact the environment and threaten natural resources. As a result, nations around the world are seeking ways to break the cycle and to establish a resilient future through sustainable practices in business and society. The need for such radical action is more apparent nowhere else than in the Philippines, which is one of the most vulnerable countries to the devastating impact of our changing climate.

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