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Resource and Environmental Economics Foundation of the Philippines Incorporated is a non-stock, non-profitassociation of professionals who are keen to actively participate and contribute to the formation of sound and appropriate programs, strategies and policies involving natural resource and environmental economics and management concerns.

 

It is committed to harmonizing economic development, equity, environmentalprotection and resource sustainability.

 

This requires working closely and interactively with government agencies, NGOs, civil society, industry and other members of the civil society.

 

 

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EEPSEA Photo contest

 

Dear researchers and partners:

The Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) invites entries to its Photo Contest with the theme "Capture the value of nature: The economic and socio-cultural value of the environment".  

First Prize: USD 500
Second Prize: USD 300
Third Prize: USD 200
5 Consolation Prizes: USD 100 each

For more details on what to capture and how to submit, please see the attached announcement.  Deadline of entries is August 31, 2015.

We would appreciate it if you could circulate this announcement to those within your network.

Thank you,

The Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia
Strengthening local capacity in the economic analysis of environmental issues
www.eepsea.org
Download this file for more information: EEPSEA Photo contest

 

 

PH most lacking in funds, staff for conservation in ASEAN

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines is the most lacking in staff and funds for the conservation of its biodiversity in the Southeast Asian region, according to a study presented at a March 3 ASEAN forum.

The study, conducted by a team led by scientist Dr Gem Castillo, found that protected areas (PAs) in the Philippines are underfunded by 324% and understaffed by 540%, the highest figures among the 7 ASEAN countries with large protected areas and China.

Underfunding and understaffing are serious concerns for the management of these ecologically-critical areas. They are indicators of what resources and capabilities are available to ensure the areas are conserved.

-Rappler (Read complete article here)

Last Updated (Tuesday, 10 March 2015 09:04)

 
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