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The resourcefulness and creativity of young artists can be a powerful voice in moving the country forward, as the empowering messages in their pieces can reignite expression, the hope of the people, and the restrengthening of the economy. This was the timely and powerful idea that reverberated during the recent Virtual Art Interaction, now on its second year and held by the long-running Shell National Students Art Competition (NSAC). The event’s ‘restART’ theme also signified that the nation’s future can be rebuilt and revitalized through art.
Cycling, 15-minute cities, electric vehicles, and multi-modal transportation are alternative modes of urban movement that can improve and enhance mobility as the nation slowly reopens. Careful planning and restructuring of road-related infrastructure must also be considered to prevent the return of the pre-pandemic traffic congestion that has hurt businesses and caused stress for the public. These were the conclusions drawn in the recently held Future Festival, a 4-part series launched by the Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) that tackles pillars critical to the nation’s progress.
“Site of the Future”, designed to enhance customer experience, enable more forms of transportation, and lower carbon footprint through innovation
A first in the Philippines and one of the first in the world, the “Site of the Future” recently launched by Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) in Silang, Cavite is set to become a global blueprint for mobility stations focused on enhancing customer experiences, enabling more forms of transportation, and lowering carbon footprint through innovation.
In economically distressing times, it’s the chief finance officers (CFOs) of corporates who will be doing the ‘heavy lifting’ in unlocking the value of their organizations so they could bounce back faster – especially in a cycle immensely disturbed by a pandemic; or even when an economic era collapses and new paradigms would be emerging.