On September 6, 2017, FPE welcomed officials from the BIOFIN Bhutan and Philippines as part of BIOFIN’s “south-to-south” learning visit in the Philippines. The learning mission aimed to develop strategies and financial plans... READ MORE
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(Article from Sun.Star Davao) A CONFLICT does not happen in a vacuum. There will always be the fallout, where those in the fringes are sucked in and rendered just as vulnerable as the main victims of the conflict, like in Marawi. In different forms, not just people... READ MORE
Romblon’s Sibuyan Mangyan Tagabukid Celebrates Indigenous People’s Day; Commemorates Awarding of Ancestral Domain Title
The Sibuyan Mangyan Tagabukid (SMT), an indigenous group in Sibuyan Island, Romblon, celebrated the Indigenous People’s (IP) Day on August 8, 2017, a day prior to the World’s Indigenous People’s Day, to commemorate the awarding of their Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title on August 8, 2004. READ MORE
FPE joins the rest of the conservation community as we mourn the passing of Mr. Danilo “Danny” Balete, a member of FPE’s Experts’ Advisory Pool, last July 1, 2017. READ MORE
The dolphins seemed more comfortable, swimming, gliding and leaping, when a group of NGOs visited their habitat in the Tañon Strait in May 2008. It was not so six months previously, when the dolphins and other marine mammals, assisted by environmental lawyers, went to court to sue intruders to their habitat.
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