Originally a lowland tropical forest, the Arakan Valley in North Cotabato, Philippines has lost 94% of its forests. What remains are confined in three forest islands, two of which are global KBAs. READ MORE
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FPE Echoes Pope Francis’ Call to Care for Mother Earth as it Celebrates 23 Years of Environmental Conservation
Celebrating “23 years of partnership with people and nature,” FPE remains as a leading national organization promoting biodiversity conservation and sustainable development (BCSD) in the Philippines... READ MORE
The Foundation for Philippine Environment (FPE) has set in place programs to boost rehabilitation of damaged ecosystems and build climate and disaster-resilient communities in Gigantes Islands and Guiuan, in the Visayan region. READ MORE
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) came out with its Administrative Order No. 02 in 1992, which provides for the recognition of the indigenous people's rights over their ancestral domain, several indigenous peoples’ communities from various parts of the Philippines submitted petitions for their Certificate of Ancestral Domain Claim (CADC).
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