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Haribon members were given an opportunity to volunteer at a conservation site with a long history of conservation activity. Not only did members learn about fish identification and mangrove planting, but also about the rich history and importance of established local partnerships with government and community organizations alike.
Follow Mikey as he assists the Social Enterprise Empowerment for Rural Development or SEED in implementing social enterprise workshops presented to local people's organizations (POs) in Burgos.
Laws help our lives everyday. From the prices we pay to the food we eat. But poorly-written laws (or the lack thereof) can have an adverse affect. The Forest Resources Bill is more than a fix on old laws used for special interests, it is a bill forged by science and citizens that will change the landscape of our everyday lives, as well as our environment.
25% of newly recognized birds assessed by BirdLife International are listed as threatened on the IUCN Red List, one of them is the Cebu Brown-dove (Phapitreron frontalis). Recognizing new species adds precision to conserving places most important for birds, nature and people – the areas of the planet that we need to urgently protect and save.
Karlos writes a short profile about one of our newest Haribon members, Camille de los Reyes. She shares with us what she is excited about as a Haribon member, and what her dream is for our environment.