Environment Secretary Gina Lopez (left) sits down with editor-in-chief Chris Icban (right) of the Manila Bulletin in a roundtable discussion at the publication’s head office. Lopez discusses why investing in biodiversity is more profitable than in mining. She says that “genuine economic growth is when it results to social justice.” Therefore, her choices are based on “those which will benefit the people the most,” and envisions “engineering an economy where all people benefits” so as to uphold the value of social justice. ###