Climate Change
Call for Partnerships as FNF Philippines Gears Towards Smarter Mobility! For Freedom

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According to the International Energy Association, IEA and IPCC (2014) Summary for Policymakers, transport sector is deemed as one of the main contributors to greenhouse gas emissions that lead to climate change, accounting to 20%, with road transportation accounting for three-quarters of this share. In the Philippines, the latest GHG inventory (2020) by the Climate Change Commission shows that it remained as the third largest contributor of the country’s emission next to the energy and agricultural sectors.


Since 2019, FNF Philippines has been working on introducing the concept of smart and sustainable cities anchored on innovation and active citizens’ participation through workshops, public events and, due to the pandemic, online events, in line with the German Climate Agenda. Now on its third year, we are looking to create an impact on decreasing carbon footprint with a more specific theme and a relatable one to our Filipino and German audiences: SMART AND PEOPLE-CENTERED MOBILITY.

It is an open call for research papers, projects and campaigns highlighting ways on how transport sector could be improved and how it could contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions and economic freedom.

Possible themes for collaboration include:

  • promotion of smart mobility initiatives in the Philippines
  • active and people-centered transport system
  • mobility rights
  • impacts of renewable energy sector to the transport industry (e.g. modernization of public transport)
  • data-driven transport policies
  • mitigating climate change in transport

These partnerships will gather experts and stakeholders in the field of transport and provide platforms for sectors allowing to raise public awareness on the topic. These will also lead to policy papers in aide of legislation and call to action for smarter mobility in the country.


Submit a proposal stating thoroughly the background, objectives, indicators, detailed communications plan (if applicable), timeline and budget. Please ensure that execution of programs would fall under the category of ‘political education’ and aligned with the aforementioned themes. Lastly, projects must be rolled out this year and must be completed on/or before November 2021.

For any concerns, kindly coordinate with Mr. Eunikkoh Castillo at +63 920 915 8428 or via email at


FNF Philippines provides platforms on open and digital society, as well as social market economy. It provides innovative solutions that translate complex concepts of freedom into language that is relatable to Filipinos. By utilizing digitally innovative tools in its programs and activities, it aims to trigger discussions and initiate actions, thus promoting citizen engagement and empowerment in all sectors of society.