While heralded by biologists as the epicenter of marine biodiversity on earth, and one of the world’s 17 megadiverse countries, hosting 70-80% of its biodiversity, the Philippines “also ranks among the most threatened ecological regions today.” READ MORE
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As human CO2 emissions surge and global temperatures rise, countries are faced with the immense challenge to mitigate the “urgent and potentially irreversible threat to human societies and the planet.” READ MORE
Responding to the spate of violent incidents that are taking the lives of lumad in Mindanao, FPE and the Ateneo de Davao University staged the “Roundtable Conversation on Environment and Indigenous Peoples’ Concerns in Mindanao.” READ MORE
The Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE) and the Alliance for Climate Protection (doing business as The Climate Reality Project) recently collaborated to stage the 2016 Philippines Climate Reality Leadership Corps Training. 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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