$1M conservation fund established for Palawan area
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Established by Conservation International’s (CI) Global Conservation Fund (GCF), the fund ensures conservation efforts can continue across the 120,000-hectare landscape, Palawan’s largest terrestrial protected area, the group said. CI Philippines Executive Director Enrique Nunez said in a statement, “This innovative fund will provide sustainable financing for the long term maintenance, protection, and enrichment of the biodiversity within the protected area. Essentially, investing in this fund supports livelihood diversification for the indigenous Palawan people, improving their well-being, and ensures the watershed can continue to provide freshwater to all residents of southern Palawan.”
Kritz, B. (2016, October 13). $1M conservation fund established for Palawan area. The Manila Times, p. B6.
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Financing; Nature conservation; Protected areas; Environmental protection; Biodiversity; Livelihoods; Watersheds; Fresh water; Threatened species; New species; Environment management; Investments; Manis culionensis; Acerodon leucotis; Cacatua haematuropygia; Polyplectron napoleonis; Anthracoceros marchei; Conservation International (CI); Global Conservation Fund (GCF); Philippine Tropical Forest Conservation Foundation; Biodiversity Management Bureau; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Nunez, Enrique; Arroyo, Gloria; Lim, Theresa Mundita
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