Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC) Chairman and CEO, Architect Romolo V. Nati, has been invited to participate as a speaker at the 15th Philippine European Studies, with the theme “The Mask We Share: Advancing the Individual’s Role in the Collective Climate Action in the Time of Pandemic” to be held on April 17, 2021, via Facebook live show.
The event program has some very prominent speakers lined up such as Dr. Marilen Balolong, Associate Professor for Public Health at UP Manila, Ms. Rio Grace Otara, Youth Programme Officer at United Nations Population, and Mr. Jean-Pascal van Ypersele Former IPCC Vice-Chair (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change).
This event will address a mutually and beneficial common feature between the Philippines and Europe. As an expert in green and sustainable architecture, Arch. Nati is expected to emphasize the advantages of promoting sustainable buildings in secondary and tertiary cities explaining that aside from reducing the overall impact on the environment and on human health.
Arch. Nati believes that green buildings are the key for property developers to achieve sustainable urban development in an environmentally friendly manner. Such structures are defined as environmentally responsible and resource-efficient over their full life cycles and proven to be cost-effective with reduced energy requirements.
Current IDC’s green projects, Primavera City, in uptown Cagayan de Oro, and the latest high-rise eco-friendly Miramonti Green Residences in Sto. Tomas, Batangas, has been awarded as Best-Development Mixed-use Development in the Philippines, by the International Property Awards-Asia Pacific, a highly acclaimed award in the worldwide property industry.
With today’s demand for sustainability, IDC has always been a company that stood by its design philosophy in committing to build sustainable real estate projects in harmony with the environment to bring value to investors, end-users, and the community.