EnP 2018 - Additional Laws

  1. Date of Signing Climate Change Act of 2009
    October 23, 2009
  2. Refers to the concept and practice of reducing disaster risks through systematic efforts to analyze and manage the causal factors of disasters, including through reduced exposure to hazards, lessened vulnerability of people and property, wise management of land and the environment, and improved preparedness for adverse events.
    Disaster risk reduction
  3. An independent and autonomous body and shall have the same status as that of a national government agency, created in relation to climate change
    Climate Change Commission
  4. The Commission shall be the sole policy-making body of the government which shall be tasked to coordinate, monitor and evaluate the programs and action plans of the government relating to climate change pursuant to the provisions of the climate change act
    Climate Change Commission
  5. Climate Change Commission shall be organized within _____  days from the effectivity of the climate change act
    sixty (60)
  6. The Commission shall be composed of the ______________ who shall serve as the Chairperson, and _______ Commissioners to be appointed by the _______, one of whom shall serve as the Vice Chairperson of the Commission
    • President of the Republic of the Philippines 
    • three (3)
    • President
  7. Framework Strategy and Program on Climate Change was to be formulated within ______ from the effectivity of the Act
    six (6) months
  8. Framework Strategy and Program on Climate Change reviewed every ________, or as may be deemed necessary
    three (3) years
  9. National Climate Change Action Plan. – The Commission shall formulate a National Climate Change Action Plan in accordance with the Framework within ________ after the formulation of the latter.
    one (1) year
  10. The LGUs shall be the frontline agencies in the formulation, planning and implementation of climate change action plans in their respective areas, consistent with the provisions of the Local Government Code, the Framework, and the National Climate Change Action Plan. What plan is required from the LGU
    Local Climate Change Action Plan
  11. The National Framework Strategy on Climate Change (NFSCC) was adopted in _______
    April 2010
  12. A recent Climate Change Vulnerability Index (CCVI)1, released by the global risks advisory firm Maplecroft, ranked 16 countries out of 170 as extremely vulnerable to climate change. Of the 16, the Philippines is ranked _____
    sixth
  13. Using a mid-range emissions scenario, the climate projections done by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) for 2020 and 2050 indicate that all areas of the Philippines will get warmer, with largest increase in temperatures in the summer months of March, April and May (MAM). Mean temperatures in all areas in the Philippines are expected to rise by _____ in 2020 and by _____ 2050.
    • 0.9 °C to 1.1 °C
    • 1.8 °C to 2.2 °C in
  14. Priorities of the Climate Change Plan
    • Food security
    • Water sufficiency
    • Ecological and Environmental stability
    • Human security
    • Climate-friendly industries and services
    • Sustainable energy
    • Knowledge and capacity development
  15. Date of signing Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010
    May 27, 2010
  16. the lessening or limitation of the adverse impacts of hazards and related disasters. Mitigation measures encompass engineering techniques and hazard-resistant construction as well as improved environmental policies and public awareness
    Disaster Mitigation
  17. the knowledge and capacities developed by governments, professional response and recovery organizations, communities and individuals to effectively anticipate, respond to, and recover from, the Impacts of likely, imminent or current hazard events or conditions.
    Disaster Preparedness
  18. the outright avoidance of adverse impacts of hazards and related disasters. It expresses the concept and intention to completely avoid potential adverse impacts through action taken in advance.
    Disaster Prevention
  19. the provision of emergency services and public assistance during or immediately after a disaster in order to save lives, reduce health impacts, ensure public safety and meet the basic subsistence needs of the people affected. Disaster response is predominantly focused on immediate and short-term needs and is sometimes called "disaster relief".
    "Disaster Response"
  20. the potential disaster losses in lives, health status, livelihood, assets and services, which could occur to a particular community or a Society over some specified future time period.
    "Disaster Risk"
  21. the concept and practice of reducing disaster risks through systematic efforts to analyze and manage the causal factors of disasters, including through reduced exposures to hazards, lessened vulnerability of people and property, wise management of land and the environment, and improved preparedness for adverse events.
    "Disaster Risk Reduction"
  22. the systematic process of using administrative directives, organizations, and operational skills and capacities to implement strategies, policies and improved coping capacities in order to lessen the adverse impacts of hazards and the possibility of disaster. Prospective disaster risk reduction and management refers to risk reduction and management activities that address and seek to avoid the development of new or increased disaster risks, especially if risk reduction policies are not put in place.
    "Disaster Risk Reduction and Management"
  23. a specialized database which contains, among others, information on disasters and their human material, economic and environmental impact, risk assessment and mapping and vulnerable groups.
    "Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Information System"
  24. the set of capacities needed to generate and disseminate timely and meaningful warning information to enable individuals, communities and organizations threatened by a hazard to prepare and to act appropriately and in sufficient time to reduce the possibility of harm or loss. A people-centered early warning system necessarily comprises four (4) key elements: knowledge of the risks; monitoring, analysis and forecasting of the hazards; communication or dissemination of alerts and warnings; and local capabilities to respond to the warnings received. The expression "end-to-end warning system" is also used to emphasize that warning systems need to span all steps from hazard detection to community response.
    "Early Warning System"
  25. the degree to which the elements at risk are likely to experience hazard events of different magnitudes.
    "Exposure"
  26. the ability of a
    system, community or society exposed to hazards to resist, absorb, accommodate
    and recover from the effects of a hazard in a timely and efficient manner.
    "Resilience"
  27. a methodology to determine the nature and extent of risk by analyzing potential hazards and evaluating existing conditions of vulnerability that together could potentially harm exposed people, property, services, livelihood and the environment on which they depend. Risk assessments with associated risk mapping include: a review of the technical characteristics of hazards such as their location, intensity, frequency and probability; the analysis of exposure and vulnerability including the physical, social, health, economic and environmental dimensions; and the evaluation of the effectiveness of prevailing and alternative coping capacities in respect to likely risk scenarios.
    "Risk Assessment"
  28. the combination of the probability of an event and its negative consequences.
    "Risk"
  29. the systematic approach and practice of managing uncertainty to minimize potential harm and loss. It comprises risk assessment and analysis, and the implementation of strategies and specific actions to control, reduce and transfer risks. It is widely practiced by organizations to minimize risk in investment decisions and to address operational risks such as those of business disruption, production failure, environmental damage, social impacts and damage from fire and natural hazards.
    "Risk Management"
  30. the process of formally or informally shifting the financial consequences of particular risks from one party to another whereby a household, community, enterprise or state authority will obtain resources from the other party after a disaster occurs, in exchange for ongoing or compensatory social or financial benefits provided to that other party.
    "Risk Transfer"
  31. a condition involving mass casualty and/or major damages to property, disruption of means of livelihoods, roads and normal way of life of people in the affected areas as a result of the occurrence of natural or human-induced hazard.
    "State of Calamity"
  32. There shall be
    established an _____ in every province, city and municipality, and a Barangay
    Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Committee (BDRRMC) in every · barangay
    which shall be responsible for setting the direction, development,
    implementation and coordination of disaster risk management programs within
    their territorial jurisdiction.
    Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (LDRRMO).
  33. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Chairperson
    Secretary of the Department of National Defense (DND)
  34. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Vice Chairperson for Disaster Preparedness
    Secretary of the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)
  35. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Vice Chairperson for Disaster Response
    Secretary of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
  36. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council Vice Chairperson for Disaster Prevention
    Secretary of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST)
  37. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council  Vice Chairperson for Disaster Rehabilitation and Recovery
    Director-General of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)
  38. Who declare state of calamity
    National Council shall recommend to the President of the Philippines
  39. The declaration and lifting of the state of calamity may also be issued by the ____  upon the recommendation of the LDRRMC, based on the results of the damage assessment and needs analysis
    local sanggunian
  40. A contractual arrangement whereby the project proponent undertakes the construction, including financing, of a given infrastructure facility, and the operation and maintenance thereof. The project proponent operates the facility over a fixed term during which it is allowed to charge facility users appropriate tolls, fees, rentals, and charges not exceeding these proposed in its bid or as negotiated and incorporated in the contract to enable the project proponent to recover its investment, and operating and maintenance expenses in the project. The project proponent transfers the facility to the government agency or local government unit concerned at the end of the fixed term which shall not exceed fifty [50] years: Provided, That in case of an infrastructure or development facility whose operation requires a public utility franchise, the proponent must be Filipino or, if a corporation, must be duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and owned up to at least sixty percent [60%]
    Build-operate-and-transfer
  41. A contractual arrangement whereby the project proponent undertakes the financing and construction of a given infrastructure or development facility and after its completion turns it over to the government agency or local government unit concerned, which shall pay the proponent on an agreed schedule its total investments expended on the project, plus a reasonable rate of return thereon. This arrangement may be employed in the construction of any infrastructure or development project, including critical facilities which, for security or strategic reasons, must be operated directly by the Government.
    Build-and-transfer
  42. refers to the document/documents, including maps, charts and other materials embodying goals and proposals for the overall socio-economic growth and development of an area. The term covers both national and regional development plans.
    "Development Plan"
  43. Government Agencies essential for the National Shelter Progran
    • National Housing Authority
    • National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation
    • Human Settlements Regulatory Commission
    • Home Financing Corporation
  44. hereinafter referred to as the ECOZONES, are selected areas with highly developed or which have the potential to be developed into agro-industrial, Industrial tourist/recreational, commercial, banking, investment and financial centers. An ECOZONE may contain any or all of the following: Industrial Estates (IEs), Export Processing Zones (EPZs), Free Trade Zones, and Tourist/Recreational Centers.
    Special Economic Zones
  45. PEZA Board "The Board shall be composed of _____ members
    thirteen (13)
  46. shall refer to any place where studies of specific ethno-linguistic groups are undertaken, the properties of which are of value to our cultural heritage.
    "Anthropological area"
  47. shall refer to any place, whether above or
    under ground, underwater or at sea level, containing fossils, artifacts and
    other cultural, geological, botanical, zoological materials which depict and
    document culturally relevant paleontological, prehistoric and/or historic
    events.
    Archaeological area
  48. shall refer to public and private records in any format which have been selected for permanent preservation because of their evidential, historical informational value; otherwise known as archival materials collections or archival holdings; the place (building/room/storage area) where archival materials are kept and preserved; and an organization or agency or part thereof whose main responsibility is to appraise, arrange, describe, conserve, promote and make archival materials available for reference and research, also known as archival agency.
    Archives
  49. shall refer to a cultural property found locally which is one hundred (100) years in age, more or less, the production of which has ceased.
    Antique
  50. The appropriate cultural agency shall closely collaborate with the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) National Commission of the Philippines in ensuring the conservation and management of world heritage sites, of cultural and mixed sites category, in the Philippines.
    World Heritage Sites. -
  51. shall be responsible for significant cultural property pertaining
    to the performing arts;
    The Cultural Center of the Philippines
  52. responsible for significant archival materials
    The National Archives of the Philippines
  53. shall be responsible for rare and significant contemporary Philippine books, manuscripts such as, but not limited to, presidential papers, periodicals, newspapers, singly or in collection, and libraries and electronic records;
    The National Library
  54. shall be responsible for the dissemination development, and the promotion of the Filipino national language and the conservation of ethnic languages.
    Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino
  55. Public officials and employees shall always uphold the public interest over and above personal interest. All government resources and powers of their respective offices must be employed and used efficiently, effectively, honestly and economically, particularly to avoid wastage in public funds and revenues.
    Commitment to public interest
  56. Public officials and employees shall perform and discharge their duties with the highest degree of excellence, professionalism, intelligence and skill. They shall enter public service with utmost devotion and dedication to duty. They shall endeavor to discourage wrong perceptions of their roles as dispensers or peddlers of undue patronage.
    Professionalism. -
  57. - Public officials and employees shall remain true to the people at all times
    Justness and sincerity
  58. Public officials and employees shall provide service to everyone without unfair discrimination and regardless of party affiliation or preference.
    Political neutrality.
  59. Public officials and employees shall extend prompt, courteous, and adequate service to the public. Unless otherwise provided by law or when required by the public interest, public officials and employees shall provide information of their policies and procedures in clear and understandable language, ensure openness of information, public consultations and hearings whenever appropriate, encourage suggestions, simplify and systematize policy, rules and procedures, avoid red tape and develop an understanding and appreciation of the socio-economic conditions prevailing in the country, especially in the depressed rural and urban areas.
    Political neutrality. -
  60. Public officials and employees shall extend prompt, courteous, and adequate service to the public. Unless otherwise provided by law or when required by the public interest, public officials and employees shall provide information of their policies and procedures in clear and understandable language, ensure openness of information, public consultations and hearings whenever appropriate, encourage suggestions, simplify and systematize policy, rules and procedures, avoid red tape and develop an understanding and appreciation of the socio-economic conditions prevailing in the country, especially in the depressed rural and urban areas.
    Responsiveness to the public.
  61. Public officials and employees shall at all times be loyal to the Republic and to the Filipino people, promote the use of locally produced goods, resources and technology and encourage appreciation and pride of country and people. They shall endeavor to maintain and defend Philippine sovereignty against foreign intrusion.
    Nationalism and patriotism
  62. Public officials and employees shall commit themselves to the democratic way of life and values, maintain the principle of public accountability, and manifest by deeds the supremacy of civilian authority over the military. They shall at all times uphold the Constitution and put loyalty to country above loyalty to persons or party.
    Commitment to democracy
  63. Public officials and employees and their families shall lead modest lives appropriate to their positions and income. They shall not indulge in extravagant or ostentatious display of wealth in any form.
    Simple living.
  64. Duties of Public Officials and Employees
    Duties of Public Officials and Employees


    • Act promptly on letters and requests.
    • Submit annual performance reports. 
    • Process documents and papers expeditiously. - All official papers and documents must be processed and completed within a reasonable time'.
    • Act immediately on the public's personal transactions
    • Make documents accessible to the public.
  65. Ex Post Facto
    with retroactive effect or force.
  66. Ex Post Facto
  67. Philippines Impeachable officials
    • The President
    • Vice-President
    • Members of the Supreme Court
    • Members of the 
    • Constitutional Commissions
    • Ombudsman
  68. Impeachable Offenses
    • culpable violation of the Constitution
    • treason
    • bribery
    • graft and corruption
    • other high crimes
    • betrayal of 
    • public trust.
  69. The Constitutional Commissions
    • Civil Service Commission
    • Commission on Elections
    • Commission on Audit.
  70. A court order to a person or agency holding someone in custody (such as a warden) to deliver the imprisoned individual to the court issuing the order and to show a valid reason for that person's detention.
    writ of habeas corpus
  71. a writ or legal action requiring a person to show by what warrant an office or franchise is held, claimed, or exercised
    Quo Warranto
  72. A court order to a person or agency holding someone in custody (such as a warden) to deliver the imprisoned individual to the court issuing the order and to show a valid reason for that person's detention.
    • Quo Warranto
  73. Who can vote
    • Any Filipino citizen who is at least 18 years
    • of age, a resident of the Philippines for at least one year, and in the place
    • where he intends to vote for at least six months immediately preceding the
    • election can file application for registration.

  74. CESB Executive Director
    Maria Anthonette C. Velasco-Allones
  75. When was CESB founded
    • Article IV, Part III of the
    • Integrated Reorganization Plan, as approved by Presidential Decree No. 1 dated
    • September 24, 1972
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EnP 2018 - Additional Laws
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Additional Laws
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