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Promoting Biodiversity Conservation at PPLS through Pride. Philippine Environmental Governance Project (EcoGov). “Strengthening MPA Management through Local Communities”. The Philippines in the RARE PRIDE Campaign. Philippine Environmental Governance Project (EcoGov).

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Promoting biodiversity conservation at ppls through pride

Promoting Biodiversity Conservation at PPLS through Pride

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

“Strengthening MPA Management through Local Communities”


The Philippines in the

RARE PRIDE Campaign

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


PPLS

Baguio

Point

Sta.

Marina

C A G A Y A N P R O V I N C E

I S A B E L A P R O V I N C E

NORTHERN SIERRA MADRE

NATURAL PARK

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


BIOLOGICAL FEATURES OF PPLS

Recent biological surveys conducted by Conservation International Philippines and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) initially recorded 280 species of plants. This includes trees, flowering plants, shrubs, lianas, vines, and orchids. Among the 280, more or less 16 are threatened species.

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Taxa

Record

Amphibians

12 (represented by 2 families of frogs)

Reptiles

10 (4 families of lizards and snakes

Mammals

24

Birds

131

Recorded Number of Faunal species in PPLS

Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Priority Program (PBCPP) identified PPLS as one of high conservation priority areas in the Philippines.


  • Mt Cetaceo - 1992

  • Sitio Bayan-

  • 1997

  • Awang Cove- 1998

  • Dapag, Luwak - 2002

  • Camp Hamot- 2005

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Confirmed sightings of Philippine Eagle PPLS


Confirmed sighting of FLYING FOX – 2004

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

ECOTOURISM VALUE


HOME TO THE IP’S IN THE

COASTAL SIDE OF PPLS

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


ARCHEOLOGICAL FEATURES OF PPLS

PPLS has caves with archeological value. These are believed to be 250,000 years old. Some of them are:

  • Arku Cave

  • Rabel Cave

  • Lattu-lattu Cave

  • Laurente Cave

  • Musang Cave

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

IMPORTANT ECOSYSTEMS WITHIN THE PPLS


Why a Pride Campaign?

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


2001

Fragmentation of the

Penablanca Protected

Landscape and

Seascape is about

167 ha per

Year between

1990 to 2002

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Why a Pride Campaign?

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


The Pride Campaign

GOAL: To protect and conserve the biological resources of Peñablanca Protected Landscape and Seascape (PPLS) for the beneficial use of the present and future generations.

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


USE of Mass Marketing Methods to Change Behaviour

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Assist communities adopt sustainable agro-forestry techniques

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Increase their involvement through education and participation in protecting and monitoring illegal activities inside the PA

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


RESULTS of SURVEYS participation in protecting and monitoring illegal activities inside the PA

Measure Knowledge and Behavioural changes

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Strengths of RARE Pride Methodology participation in protecting and monitoring illegal activities inside the PA

1. Adoptive

2. Equipped and Funded

3. Scientific

4. Updated

5. Participative

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Challenges participation in protecting and monitoring illegal activities inside the PA

1. Negative Image of the DENR

2. Organization Politics

3. Lack of Political will to adopt changes

4. Lack of Alternative Livelihood for the local community

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Philippine Environmental participation in protecting and monitoring illegal activities inside the PA

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


Mabbalo! SALAMAT PO! participation in protecting and monitoring illegal activities inside the PA

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)

Philippine Environmental

Governance Project (EcoGov)


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