Articles

Major Schools of Thought in Planning

by Maria Pilar Lorenzo
Articles | April 10, 2018

The discipline of development planning has grown into what it is today thanks to the fundamental schools of thought whereby it is anchored upon. These have served as paradigms that guide on how planning is carried out, which in turn, paved the way on how this discipline makes itself…

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SDGs as Means to Preserve World’s Great Treasure

by Maria Pilar Lorenzo
Articles | April 8, 2018

Given new pressing world issues such as ecological limitations and climate change, the kind of governance being done internationally needs to re-focus its orientation and adopt new methodologies. At the forefront of upholding sustainable development is the United Nations. In 2012, they came up with the now buzzword called…

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#LandUsePH

Articles | April 5, 2018

Last April 5, the Junior Philippine Geographical Society, in cooperation with the UP Children’s Rights Advocates League (UP CRAdLe) and UP Enkindle, organized a symposium on the proposed National Land Use Act (NLUA) in the Philippines that was held in the University of the Philippines, Diliman Campus. It provided…

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