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CCI PH AIMS TO

We capacitate indigenous peoples and other forest-dependent communities through knowledge and skills development to further capacitate them in biodiversity conservation.

We also advocate the recognition of indigenous management systems of their ancestral lands and seas.

Moreover, we facilitate rehabilitation and ecosystem stability through family-based approaches.

We believe sustainability should be at the center of our conservation efforts. In doing so, we engage the private sector to achieve no net loss on biodiversity.

We develop benchmarks to minimize risks on fragile species and ecosystems and assist in the development of mitigation points to achieve no net loss or identify biodiversity offsets.

We also maximize materiality of the natural capital in the triple bottom line.

Through research and development, we create inventive methodologies and metrics to measure conservation success. We also develop mobile applications on landscape and wildlife threats monitoring.

We also conduct High Conservation Value Areas Assessment and assist in the identification of measurable and reportable biodiversity conservation targets.

As we stand at the forefront of biodiversity conservation, we have species and habitat protection as one of our programs.

We identify survival envelopes of critically endangered species or fragile ecosystems.

We also assist in the development of species conservation and recovery plans.

WHAT WE DO

As a biodiversity conservation NGO, the Center for Conservation Innovations promotes the development of new biodiversity conservation approaches and regenerative livelihoods by forming partnerships and building capacities for
science-based, nature-inspired, and socially-appropriate conservation strategies. CCI PH envisions itself to be a consolidator and broker of conservation capacity, innovations, and successes.

 

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PROJECTS

FOREST Families

Facilitating and Organizing Rehabilitation and Ecosystem Stability Through Family-Based Approaches (FOREST Families) Background The aftermath of the destruction of typhoon Ketsana, a movement to rehabilitate and save the Marikina Watershed…

Indigenous Marine Management

Both projects work in such a way that it complements together as it is being implemented. It aims to shape, advocate, sustain, and enhance norms among individuals and institutions in…

High Conservation Value Assessment (HCVAs) in Southwest Mindanao

Together with Hineleban Foundation, a terrestrial ecological assessment was conducted to establish ecological baselines and identify High Conservation Value Areas. This will provide Al Sahar guidance in the implementation of…

BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND PROJECT OFFICERS

MR. EDMUND LEO RICO

Executive Director

MA. ELMA I. AME

Finance Manager

“We should preserve every scrap of biodiversity as priceless while
we learn to use it and come to
understand what it means to humanity.”

E. O. Wilson

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