Malampaya Foundation spawns native, biggest giant clam

Malampaya Foundation spawns native, biggest giant clam The first ever in-situ spawning of the Palawan native species of the biggest giant clam, Tridacna gigas, was commenced by Malampaya Foundation (MFI) and partners to help increase its declining population, last June 1 at WPU Hatchery in Binduyan, Puerto Princesa City. University of the Philippines Marine Science continue reading : Malampaya Foundation spawns native, biggest giant clam

Action plan for Balabac’s crocs, initiated

Action plan for Balabac’s crocs, initiated After THREE days of  workshop to resolve the conflict between the  crocodiles and the residents of Balabac, stakeholders were able to determine short and long-term solutions that will be consolidated by Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff (PCSDS)into a concrete action plan.             The participatory consultation and planning workshop continue reading : Action plan for Balabac’s crocs, initiated

Teachers, to teach environmental education in schools

Teachers, to teach environmental education in schools Thirty-three elementary teachers, principals and supervisors  from DepEd Division of Puerto PrincesaCity were trained to incorporate Environmental Education in their respective subjects.             The training, held last April 29 to April 30, 2019 at Skylight Hotel and Convention Center, refreshed teachers on the ecological principles and the provisions continue reading : Teachers, to teach environmental education in schools

Palawan Knowledge Platform welcomes 3 new members

Palawan Knowledge Platform welcomes 3 new members This April, the Palawan Knowledge Platform (PKP) officially welcomed Zoological Society of London (ZSL), Aquos Foundation, and Fullbright College as its new members.             PKP is the working body of Palawan Knowledge Platform for  Biodiversity and Sustainable  Development (PKPBSD), an online  platform designed by Palawan Council for Sustainable continue reading : Palawan Knowledge Platform welcomes 3 new members

2019 Earth Month

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] April is the month of the planet Earth, a month to raise awareness on the current issues that we are facing today. This year’s theme, “Protect our Species” – engages us to take action on the continuous global destruction of natural habitats thus resulting into extinction for different species. Each species play a special continue reading : 2019 Earth Month

The rescued talking Mynahs

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The rescued talking mynahs are cramped in cages ang baskets. Please report illegal wildlife activities. PCSDS Enforcement Hotlines are 0935-1162-336 (globe/tm) or 0948-9372-200 (smart/tnt) #reportwildlifepoaching#keepwildlifeinthewild#itstartswithme#imwithpcsd [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_gallery interval=”3″ images=”14520,14521,14522,14523,14524″ img_size=”large”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

LGUs trained to use new digital tools for Development Planning

LGUs trained to use new digital tools for Development Planning Officers from 13 local government units in Palawan were trained on how to integrate new digital tools in group discussions and decision makings related to the management of natural resources, last April 1 to April 4 at PCSD Conference Room. The new digital tools, namely continue reading : LGUs trained to use new digital tools for Development Planning

PCSDS at Ivy Wall

Tourism officers commit to Sustainable Ecotourism Practices

Tourism officers commit to Sustainable Ecotourism Practices Tourism officers from six local government units in Palawan signed a commitment board to promote sustainable tourism practices, during the Forum on Sustainable Ecotourism Practices to Safeguard Palawan’s Biodiversity last March 11 to March 12 at Best Western Ivywall Hotel, Puerto Princesa City.                 The forum, held by continue reading : Tourism officers commit to Sustainable Ecotourism Practices

Expert says Prioritize Environment to Sustain Tourism

Expert says prioritize environment to sustain tourism Dr. Corazon Sinha, senior lecturer at Tourism and Heritage Studies of Western Sydney University, reminded tourism officers in Palawan to prioritize environmental component in tourism to attain sustainability, during the Forum on Sustainable Ecotourism Practices to Safeguard Palawan Biodiversity last March 11 at Best Western Plus Ivy Wall continue reading : Expert says Prioritize Environment to Sustain Tourism

Rationale and Objectives

Rationale The UN-Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were put in place after the success of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to attain a more universal and more inclusive outcome. The SDGs, composed of 17 goals and 169 specific targets, envision an improved quality of life of all nations through sustainable development involving all sectors. Guiding the continue reading : Rationale and Objectives

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