Electric public transport in Puerto Princesa City: enabling factors for institutionalizing low-carbon transport

Matias, Denise Margaret
External Publications (2013)

in: Helen E. Muga / Ken D. Thomas (ed.), Cases on the diffusion and adoption of sustainable development practices, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global, 287-311

DOI: https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-2842-7.ch011

Reduction of carbon emissions, globally, is of concern in these times of a changing climate. The case of Puerto Princesa City, Philippines applying principles of carbon reduction to transportation is especially important since this came from a non-governmental organization (NGO) and government alliance. In this chapter, the development of the alliance is detailed. The main factors in devising a partnership that allowed for diffusion of ideas developed by the NGO to the government are also featured.

About the author

Matias, Denise Margaret

Agricultural Researcher


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