Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Energy-Efficient-Makati-in-the-Philippines-27MZIFLHIPEJ.htmlConceptually similarEnergy Efficient Makati in the PhilippinesGP01SH0Completed★★★★Energy Efficient Makati in the PhilippinesGP01SH2Completed★★★★GrEEn Christmas Event in the PhilippinesGP01WYQCompleted★★★★Climate Campaign Electric JeepneyGP010NMCompleted★★★★Climate Campaign Electric JeepneyGP016Y2Completed★★★★Climate Campaign Electric JeepneyGP01G2XCompleted★★★★★★Climate Campaign Electric JeepneyGP010NLCompleted★★★★★★E-jeepney New Route LaunchGP01N91Completed★★★★E-jeepney New Route LaunchGP01N90Completed★★★★View AllGP01SGZEnergy Efficient Makati in the PhilippinesGreenpeace fund raisers carry a globe in a symbolic u-turn of the Earth from the devastations of climate change. A Memorandum of Cooperation, which aims to turn Makati into an Energy Efficient City, was signed by representatives of Greenpeace, the local government of Makati City, Philippine Green Building Council (PHILGBC), Makati Commercial Estate Association (MACEA), Ayala Land, Inc., and Ayala Foundation. The project is an initiative that seeks to involve local governments and their citizens in reducing a city's carbon footprint. An extensive public awareness campaign will be run and a multi-sectoral working group will introduce energy efficiency measures in schools, hospitals, commercial establishments and businesses. Locations:Luzon-Makati-Metro Manila-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:20 Jul, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Joseph AgcaoiliMaximum size:3000px X 2074pxKeywords:Blue-Boys-Climate (campaign title)-Earth (planet)-Green-Greenpeace volunteers-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Props-Small group of people-You Turn the Earth (campaign title)Shoot:Energy Efficient Makati in the PhilippinesThe local government of Makati City, the Philippines’ premier business district, signs on to Greenpeace's "Simple Lang, Save the Climate" campaign in a bid to become the first Energy Efficient City in Southeast Asia. The Energy Efficient City project is an initiative that seeks to involve local governments and their citizens in reducing a city's carbon footprint as a way to help stop climate change.