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Many Urban Birds may "seem common" but when conservationists in India noticed declines in House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) populations during the 1990's, they took notice. Learn more here.
“You should join. It’s fun, fun, fun!” said a Haribon staff member, encouraging me to join the next birdwatching activity. Despite not knowing much about birds, I became interested in knowing more about different bird species and their importance to the environment at Haribon.
During and after college, Petros was involved in different research projects with several nature conservation organizations. As a nature advocate, he wants to explore more about the richness of the environment in different parts of the world. With this, he is currently volunteering as part of the research team of the Haribon Foundation.
Why President Aquino needs to sign the amendments to Republic Act 8550 or the Philippine Fisheries Code of 1998.
In June 2014, the European Union slapped a ‘yellow card’ warning to the Philippines because of the latter’s token response to ‘illegal, unreported and unregulated’ fishing (IUUF). Learn more about why he must sign it.
A calendar of events involving everything from forests to seas, from animals to the air. Days of celebration and action are mere reminders of what we should be doing every day: learning and practicing more sustainable and efficient ways of living for the sake of ourselves and our planet.