What We Do
The world is continuously changing. And this inevitable nature calls for innovations that are tailor-fitted with contemporary biodiversity and conservation challenges. CCIPH applies a fresh look towards biodiversity issues and challenges in crafting solutions for these problems. We maintain a conservation laboratory where proven and tested homegrown technology-based solutions are scaled up, to maximize biodiversity impacts. We design cutting-edge technologies that brings about increased grassroots participation with the aid of necessary trainings and skills enhancement.
Our meaningful experience in working with the grassroot community is a testament of the efficacy of the participatory approach in contributing to conservation success. CCIPH believes that for the longevity of a successful conservation project, community empowerment is essential. Our conservation programs are initiated and participated by local conservation leaders. CCIPH seeks to empower individuals from the locality by transferring sufficient skills and knowledge to them which in turn will benefit the project and community in the long run. We also actively seek out and collaborate with conservation practitioners and leaders in address pressing biodiversity issues within their environment.
It is undeniable that biodiversity is one of the critical building blocks of an ecosystem; therefore, its protection is a priority. CCIPH strongly believes that biodiversity is a critical barometer of the future of the next generation. Our species and habitat protection program highlights ambassador species representing a conservation umbrella that will cover larger geographical and ecological bounds. We prioritize critically endangered species and fragile ecosystems in the development of species conservation and recovery plans.
Biodiversity conservation and protection initiatives leading to change are basically geared towards the state of sustainability. CCIPH envisions a society where people respect and gives utmost importance to the various flora and fauna and their habitats. We understand that the private and business sectors are important components in providing livelihood for the general public. So, we guide them in contributing to the biodiversity conservation and protection movement by helping them change and improve business processes that result to net loss on biodiversity. We assess fragile species and ecosystems affected by businesses and use these as benchmarks in the development of mitigation plans and projects focusing on minimizing risks and eliminating biodiversity loss.
Mindoro island is considered as a distinct biogeographic region housing some unique flora and fauna. In fact, it is home to the very rare species of Bleeding Heart Pigeon and the critically endangered Tamaraw.Read More
Tayabas and Pagbilao Bays are major fishing grounds of three coastal municipalities in Quezon Province - Tayabas, Pagbilao and Sariaya. Nourished by protected areas and a biodiversity rich mangrove forest, these bays are also home to a rich forest and aquatic wildlife that are susceptible to threats because of illegal and destructive practices in seagrass areas and sanctuaries, mangrove cutting and conversion of mangrove areas.Read More
Threats to the environment are increasing in an alarming rate. In fact, data from the Forest Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources shows that the Philippines is losing approximately 47,000 hectares of forest cover every year.Read More
Support and participation from people in the community undeniably contribute to the success of projects and initiatives centering on biodiversity conservation.Read More
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