There are numerous comprehensive energy and development plans and policies institutionalized that affirm a low-carbon and sustainable future for the Philippines. The 2012-2030 Philippine Energy Plan (PEP) is crafted with due consideration and premium on the economic parameters sourced from the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA), Development Budget Coordination Committee (DBCC), National Statistics Office (NSO) and international references on energy such as the World Energy Outlook of the International Energy Agency (IEA).
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Through CORE (Communities for Resilience), an improved Ecotown program, the CCC intends to promote the understanding of climate and disaster risk especially by communities identified by experts to be more vulnerable to disasters caused by climate change, and strengthen the technical knowledge and capacity of LGUs in developing the Local Climate Change Action Plan (LCCAP) through a series of convergence consultations and trainings. 
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The People’s Survival Fund (PSF) was created by Republic Act 10174 as an annual fund intended for local government units and accredited local/community organizations to implement climate change adaptation projects that will better equip vulnerable communities to deal with the impacts of climate change. It supplements the annual appropriations allocated by relevant government agencies and local government units for climate-change-related programs and projects.  The Philippine government programmed at least P1 billion into the PSF which will be sourced from the national budget.
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