Our Campaigns for the Philippine Environment
Last Frontier of the Philippines
We need to strengthen municipalities and barangays, not divide Palawan.
Clean Energy and Climate Justice
No to Coal – Strong Community Opposition since 2013
Burning of Coal is one of the leading causes of smog, acid rain and toxic air pollution.
Ancestral Domain And Community-Based Resource Management
The Effects of Mining on Indigenous Peoples Life and Health
In a press conference, Jeminda Bartolome, a farmer from Bgy. Sumbiling, Municipality of Bataraza, Palawan, gave an impassioned speech as she joined the Pala’wan Indigenous Peoples in describing the effects of mining operations on their health and way of life.
Environmental Law Enforcement
Illegal Logging – Causes, Effects, Solutions
Solutions: Forest Stewardship, Stricter and Enforced Regulations in Forest Management, Promoting Non-Timber Alternatives, Volunteerism
Biodiversity Conservation and Environmental Justice
No to Monocrop Plantations – Illegal clearing of pristine forests
Many Palawan indigenous communities say they have suffered unfair land acquisition or lease arrangements for oil palm plantations
Women Empowerment and Inclusive Participation
Pala’wan Tribal Woman and Her Child
Women empowerment is key to sustainable and inclusive development