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Heeding the Call to Care for our Common Home through Church Eco-Convergence

Posted on November 18, 2020

Globally, calls for greater commitment of countries to address climate change have become stronger. The Paris Agreement on Climate Change expresses the urgency for collective efforts to curb poverty and environment deterioration. This call reverberated to environment groups, civil society organizations, peoples’ organizations, education and business sectors, faith-based organizations, and communities at-risk.

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Enhancing Biodiversity through Social Enterprise: PCART’s initiatives in San Vicente-Roxas-Taytay

Posted on November 18, 2020

Approximately 2 million international tourists flock to Palawan every year. The most visited attractions in the province include the UNESCO-declared World Heritage Site of Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR), and the breath-taking lagoons in El Nido and Coron. Aside from the white sands, clear waters, and picturesque landscape, Palawan is also known for its rich biodiversity – marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems.

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Beach Forest Restoration, Boracay Women’s Response in Climate Crisis

Posted on November 18, 2020

In the face of adversity, it takes courage to stand up and fight against what may seem impossible. Changing the norm has never been easy, and this is especially true for the BWPC, or the Boracay Women Producers Cooperative, where the majority of their members are women. Yet somehow, their actions, no, perhaps it is this organization itself, have become the catalysts to a brand new change in the island of Boracay, hailed as the gem of tourism in the Philippines.

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Consultancy Services for Crafting a Conservation Management Plan for the Gigantes Group of Islands, Carles, Northern Iloilo

Posted on April 29, 2020

The formulation of the participatory 5-year Gigantes Island CMP, as well as the Unified Marine Protected Area Management Plan, the Sustainable Tourism Management Plan, and the Cave and Cave Resources Management Plan shall be participatory, literature review of previous and existing plans, previous studies, and existing policies at the barangay level to the provincial levels, as appropriate.

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

Posted on January 6, 2020

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

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

Posted on January 6, 2020

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.

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