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Haribon celebrated Earth Day last April 21 with awesome, fun, educational activities for young and old alike with this year’s theme, “Save Manila Bay”.
Haribon Foundation recently conducted a perception survey at the Laguna-Quezon Land Grant (LQLG), Siniloan, Laguna, a public land owned by University of the Philippines Los Banos, specifically the Brgy. Maunlad of Real Quezon. The Laguna-Quezon Land Grant has an area of 5,729 ha and is bounded by Real, Quezon and Siniloan, Laguna.
To protect the globally significant biodiversity of Central Panay Mountain Ranges (CPMR) is the overall objective of Forest and Climate Protection (ForCLIM) Panay Project Panay funded by the German International Cooperation (GIZ). Its project components are geared toward the protection, rehabilitation and restoration of CPMR.
This week, Haribon, the Philippines' pioneering environmental organization, successfully concluded a biodiversity conservation workshop together with one of our society's most important sectors – the teachers. At the two-day activity, Haribon brought together elementary and high school science mentors from General Nakar, Quezon, with the hope that the activity made for them will build their capacity to develop nature education lessons and programs for their schools and communities, especially on the country's national raptor, the Philippine eagle (Pithecopaga jefferyi).
Haribon, the Philippines' pioneer environmental organization working at the forefront of biodiversity conservation, supports a growing clamor from several concerned individuals and groups. This is regarding a reported 15-MW coal power plant that appears to be easily making its way into getting built in an important Philippine wildlife sanctuary in Palawan.