Consistent with our mission to foster partnerships to have collective impact on conserving biodiversity and addressing the climate emergency, the Foundation for the Philippine Environment ( FPE ) launched the Youth for Biodiversity Conservation ( #Youth4Biodiversity ) in March 2021. READ MORE
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.Learn More About FPE
Enhancing Capacities of Indigenous Peoples (IPs) for Stronger Forest Governance and Biodiversity Conservation Program or #StrongIPs4Forests&BiodiversityProgram;
Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE) and Forest Foundation Philippines (Forest Foundation) commit PHP 30M to an Indigenous Peoples program for stronger forest governance and biodiversity conservation READ MORE
Foundation for the Philippine Environment partners with Interfacing Development Interventions for Sustainability – or #IDIS to ensure the protection and conservation of the biodiversity in Panigan-Tamugan Watershed, a sub-watershed located within Davao River Basin with utmost ecological importance. READ MORE
Foundation for the Philippine Environment partners with Daluhay (Daloy ng Buhay, Inc.), a non-government organization based in Baler, Aurora – Central Sierra Madre. Using an Ecohealth approach to biodiversity conservation from ridge to reef by building its foundations in three linked pillars: Nature, Culture, and Society, Daluhay continues to progress in building the network for Marine Protected areas in Aurora province. 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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