Earth Day Network

Earth Day Network is a driving force steering environmental awareness around the world. Through Earth Day Network, activists connect, interact, and impact their communities, and create positive change in local, national, and global policies. EDN's international network reaches over 15,000 organizations in 174 countries, while the domestic program keeps over 5,000 groups and over 100,000 educators coordinating millions of community development and environmental protection activities throughout the year. As a result, Earth Day is the only event celebrated simultaneously around the globe by people of all backgrounds, faiths and nationalities. More than a half billion people participate in our campaigns every year. >>


Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) is a private and non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting business sector commitment to social development. Organized in 1970 by 50 of the country’s prominent business leaders, it has since grown to become the nation’s largest business-led social development foundation >>

Manila Water

For nearly ten years now, Manila Water has been delivering water and wastewater services to more than five million customers within the eastern part of Metro Manila. Often recognized as one of the most successful public-private partnerships in the region, the Company has achieved significant milestones in its business. It was able to transform a public sector company into a financially stable and socially responsible private company. >>

Philippine Business for the Environment


PBE is a non-stock, non-profit organization incorporated in January, 1992 to assist Philippine business to address to its environmental issues and concerns because we believe that the business community has a unique and important role in providing solutions to our environmental problems. >>


Mirant entered the Philippines in 1989, responding to that nation's request for private sector assistance to meet a growing demand for electricity. Power generation is only a part of what we do there. One of our most significant efforts is Project BEACON, a $20 million initiative to bring electricity to over 1,000 Filipino barangays — villages that previously weren't powered. >>
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