Central Office - Vacant Position as of 2013
Department of Environment & Natural Resources
In Compliance with the provision of R.A. 7041 posting of Vacancies see attached document
DENR to assess socio-economic impacts of protected areas
The DENR recently developed a framework for assessing social and economic impacts of protected areas to ensure that ongoing conservation efforts are effective, and contribute to human well-being and poverty reduction.
The DENR, through its Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB), came up with a set of guidelines on Socio-Economic Assessment and Monitoring System (SEAMS) designed to gather data or information that will serve as basis for monitoring the benefits of protected areas to local communities, especially the indigenous peoples (IPs).
BMB Director Theresa Mundita S. Lim said the system will serve as a standard method that will be used by protected area superintendents and other field implementers in assessing and monitoring the socio-economic condition of occupants in protected areas. >> more
There is probably no other fauna in the country that has captured the hearts of Filipinos than the Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi).
Recently, the country once again had a reason to celebrate when the PEC announced that another raptor was successfully hatched in captivity. It was the 28th since 1992. >>more
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