Wildlife Philippines

Wildlife Philippines

Wildlife Philippines talks about ecosystems, animal and plant species, and environmental issues in different parts of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. It is a collaborative podcast channel of more than 20 Institutes of Environmental Governance which aimed to provide educational trivia and important facts about biodiversity conservation and wildlife protection, an excellent learning aid for teachers and students!

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Institute of Environmental Governance

Institute of Environmental Governance

The Institute of Environmental Governance Program or IEG is the strategic response to the ever-increasing demand for capacity building of LGUs. The Program caters to two levels: Level One (I) serves the needs of Barangay Officials; and Level Two (II) caters to the needs of Municipal, City and Provincial Officials.

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Kasama ng Kalikasan (KNK)

Kasama ng Kalikasan (KNK)

Kasama ng Kalikasan (KnK) is a radio-tv-program being produced by Tanggol Kalikasan to increase awareness on environmental management and protection and provide current events and up-to-date issues and challenges on wildlife protection and biodiversity conservation.

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DMMMSU Holds IEG Digital Caravan in La Union in Time for World Turtle Day
19 May 2021

In celebration of the upcoming World Turtle Day, Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University (DMMMSU), through its Institute of Environmental Governance (IEG), hosted the third IEG Digital Caravan in La Union with the theme “Engaging Communities in Saving the Pawikans in La Union” on May 19, which was attended by almost three hundred teachers and students via Zoom and Facebook Live.

World Tuna Day 2021
02 May 2021

Did you know that recent studies revealed that Scombridae (tuna larvae) species are abundant in Batanes-Polillo waters and diverse in the West Philippine Sea, and that one of the most valuable fishes in the country is tuna? According to reports, the Philippines is the third largest tuna producer, but their stocks continue to decline due to climate change and unsustainable and illegal fishing.