Tag: Illac Diaz
Filipino solar energy movement Liter of Light is using tweeted Messages of Hope turned into giant solar billboards in Italy to call for urgent action and combat climate change during the pre-COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Filipino-born global solar movement Liter of Light is creating giant solar artworks of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) to call for urgent action during the Global Week to Act for SDGs.
The Philippines' Liter of Light is joining the pre-COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Milan, Italy, bringing with it the Human-Powered Messages of Hope project.
Viral Facebook vlog Nas Daily has showcased Filipino innovator Illac Diaz and his Liter of Light solar lamp in the first episode of his new series, Amazing Inventions.
Filipinos are being called to harness People Power for Climate Heroism by joining the Light it Forward Challenge to hand-build solar lamps for donation to remote communities while paying tribute to the Philippines' role in the 500 years commemoration of the circumnavigation of the world and the creation of the United Nations 75 years ago.
A giant solar artwork illuminating the Philippines' 500 years logo is lighting up the Luneta Park in Manila to signal the countdown to the Victory at Mactan's quincentennial anniversary.
A Manila heritage tour on motorcycles led by the Vespa Club of the Philippines (VCOP) is joining Filipino social enterprise Liter of Light's giant solar artwork tribute for national hero Jose Rizal at the Luneta.
Filipino social innovator Illac Diaz of the Liter of Light Foundation has been named the PropertyGuru Tech Innovation Award's Visionary of the Year for his game-changing works.
Solar energy movement Liter of Light is dedicating 3,000 solar lights to form a stunning display representing the Philippine flag on Bonifacio Day to salute to all frontliners who have risked their lives to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are the newest solar ambassadors to take on the Light it Forward video challenge which is a part of a global effort to end energy poverty.
Celebrity moms Jackie Forster and Bernadette Reyes have responded to the call for humanitarian work by joining the LIGHT IT FORWARD challenge to build solar lamps for donations to places without electricity.