Becoming an eco-city lies in your hands, Pasigueño

Show your support as your city transforms into an urban haven of healthy, energy-efficient, green, and clean communities. Make your pledge now.

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Pasig City strives to become a progressive eco-city

Pasig City, a bustling metropolitan area in the Philippines, strives to become a "progressive, eco-city." From its Carless Weekends to its newly-launched bike lanes and e-vehicles, the city, together with its stakeholders, is working tirelessly to achieve that vision.

As the model city of Ambitious City Promises in the Philippines, Pasig is developing its City Promise—an ambitious climate action plan drafted from the commitments and support of Pasig's stakeholders and citizens.

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Energy Sector

Energy

77% of GHG emissions in Pasig City is attributed to electricity consumption by residential and industrial spaces. It's time to make bold moves to save energy (and the costs of your bills, too)!

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Solid Waste Sector

Solid Waste

There are approximately 800,000 citizens in Pasig City each generating waste on a daily basis. Pasig has committed to reducing its waste generation by 20% by 2025. Help the city to reach this goal!

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Air Quality & Transport Sector

Air Quality & Transport

Tired of the smoke and pollution in the city? Explore low-carbon mobility options and make the switch now!

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The Ambitious City Promises (ACP) project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety (BMU) through the International Climate Initiative (IKI) program. It is implemented by ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability in close cooperation with the Seoul Metropolitan Government. The project commits to reduce GHG emissions through participatory and inclusive local climate actions in selected cities in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.

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Made Possible By

Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety logo
Pasig City Government logo
ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability logo
Seoul Metropolitan Government logo