Today is February 22, 2020
Today is February 22, 2020

Action for Nature and People

Environmental Agenda Learn more about the issues
that FPE ardently strives
to address.
Biodiversity What it is, why you should care, and what you can do to help conserve it.
Indigenous Communities Know more about the FPE’s projects for sustainable IP community development.
Climate Change Understand the issues to take
a stand against the world's
greatest threat.
About the Foundation for the Philippine Environment

FPE is a dynamic, relevant, and growing organization leading actions in biodiversity conservation and sustainable development toward healthy ecosystems and resilient communities. FPE commits to build constituencies and capacities for the environment, promote responsive policies and actions for biodiversity conservation and sustainable development and effectively manage the endowment fund.

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Latest News

Balinsasayaw Twin-Lakes Farmers Association, Inc. (BTLFAI) awarded grant by FPE

On December 23, 2019, the Visayas Regional Operations (VRO) of the Foundation for the Philippine Environment represented by its Regional Operations Manager, facilitated the first release of the PhP100,000 grant award to the officers of the Balinsasayaw Twin-Lakes Farmers Association, Inc. (BTLFAI). The BTLFAI was recognized as a performing people’s organizations in Visayas which sustained the conservation and management of the Balinsasayaw Twin-Lakes Natural Park located in Barangay Enrique Villanueva, Sibulan, Negros Oriental  READ MORE

FPE CEO visits Mt. Nacolod Local Conservation Area in Southern Leyte

On December 17, 2019, Dr. Renato D. Boniao, Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE), together with the Visayas Regional Operations staff, visited Mt. Nacolod in Southern Leyte to have a first-hand understanding and experience of the realities and conservation actions in the area.  READ MORE

Impact Stories

Dolphins and Fisherfolk Sue for the Right to Live

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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