Below are photos of the signing ceremony between representatives of WWF and Anvaya.

Source: Ayala Land Inc. Article Listing

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By Zarah H. Gulapa

Ayala Land has been a pioneer in embracing and upholding the thrust of sustainable practices. This has not just been apparent at the flagship green developments, Anvaya Cove and Nuvali but all throughout the organization. This commitment was highlighted with a full Partnership Agreement with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) signed last February 6. It integrates broader and more in-depth sustainability practices for the entire organization and ensures our stakeholders with developments that truly achieve long term value.

The agreement commits ALI to:

  • The drafting of a Sustainability Framework for the next five years based on the One Planet Living Principles
  • The resourcing and mandating of a Sustainability Team across support groups and SBU’s
  • The establishment of Baselines and Development of Systems
  • The inclusion into the WWF Climate Saver’s Campaign.

WWF has been an active partner in assisting Ayala Land in successfully developing cost efficient and effective use of resources for Nuvali and Anvaya Cove. The changes have not only placed Ayala Land in the forefront of sustainable developments but it has responded to the more complex stakeholder’s expectations of addressing the current world- wide issue of climate change.

WWF’s Dave Valdes and Susan Roxas; Ayala Land’s Jim Ayala and Pinky Ruiz