Together for a SEAStainable Future

These are the Programs of the DENR for the Ridge to Reefs. Click each photo to know more about the programs & projects!
ICM2 Strategic management of coastal and marine resources ensuring sustainability in partnership with PEMSEA.
ENIPAS2 Republic Act No. 11038 or The Expanded National Integrated Protected Areas Act of 2018 strengthens the conservation of 94 ecologically critical areas in the Philippines. 
NGP2 Increasing forest cover in both in-land and watershed areas in the Philippines through massive reforestation efforts.
ECOTOURISM2 Promotion of sustainable tourism for poverty eradication and environment protection through the National Ecotourism Strategy 2013-2022.
CMS2
CAVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM2 Managing the conservation of caves and cave resources in the Philippines. Out of more than 2,969 caves identified, 616 were classified (as of June 2018) according to their most beneficial use/s, others are under various stages of assessments or classification.
MANGROVE AND BEACH FOREST2 Rehabilitation and development of mangrove and beach forests in disaster-risk prone areas nationwide.
RIVER BASIN PROJECTS2 Efforts on infrastructure developments, flood control, environmental protection, and water resources management of the country’s river catchment basins.
MANILA BAY2 Introduced in 2000, MBEMP’s ultimate goal is to bring Manila Bay waters back to its safe quality for contact recreation.
PAME2 The PAME Project supports the Philippine Government in its efforts to reduce the threats in at least 60 existing and highly diverse Protected Areas (PAs) and Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs), in both terrestrial and marine. An additional 100 new conservation areas will be established under innovative conservation management systems.
SCREMP2
CMEMP2 Targets SDG #14 “Below Water” to protect, develop, and manage Philippine coastal and marine ecosystems.
MKBA2 Management of Marine Key Biodiversity Areas in the Philippines
CTI2 The Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security (CTI-CFF) is a multilateral partnership of six countries working together to sustain extraordinary marine and coastal resources by addressing crucial issues such as food security, climate change, and marine biodiversity.
ACCOAST2 The German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), through its International Climate Initiative (IKI), commissioned GIZ to support the Philippines in its climate change adaptation, coastal and marine protection and biodiversity conservation efforts.
PAWIKAN CONSERVATION2 Undertakes a comprehensive in-situ conservation of marine turtles in key coastal areas in the Philippines.
SSME2 Protecting our seas through shared initiatives with international neighbors
GREEN FINS2 Encouraging divers and snorkelers to adopt a code of conduct that reduces their environmental impact
ARMS2 Contributing to a better understanding of the coral reef community over time
PH RISE2 Management of Philippine Rise for scientific research, food security, tourism, and climate change resiliency.