In the News

In this section you find a variety of relevant news articles about our projects that have been published in the past years.

2017

Palawan News
NGO, IP’s group collaborate on Almaciga tree-planting program in Tanabag, Puerto Princesa.
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Keith Anthony Fabro Atavist
Saving the Almaciga Tree, Saving the Future of Palawan’s Batak tribe.
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Rappler
Cleopatra’s Needle in Palawan declared critical habitat.
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2016

Mongabay
The Philippines declares more than 100,000 acres as critical habitat.
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National Geographic
Palawan’s Wildlife Receives Protection in Philippines’ Largest Critical Habitat Designation.
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Global Wildlife
Biodiversity assessment in Palawan yields existing result.
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Palawan News
Centre for Sustainability, gov’t agencies push for sustainable farming of groupers.
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2015

Amphibians
Two rare amphibians lost to science re-discovered in the Philippines.
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IFL Science
Scientists Find Animals Thought To Be Extinct For Decades.
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National Geographic
“Extinct” Amphibians Rediscovered After Nearly Half a Century
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IFL Science
In Philippines researcher rediscovers long lost Malatgan caecilian.
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Seeker
Philippine Home of Pangolin and Indigenous Tribe Wins Protection.
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Mongabay
Researchers find treasure trove of unique threatened animals in Philippine forest.
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GMA Network
New Philippine ant species named after Cory Aquino.
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Opinyon
Palawan’s new ant species named after former President Cory Aquino.
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2014

Amphibians
Signs point towards success in Palawan.
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Bright Funds
Rainforest Trust is creating an 80,000 acre reserve in the Philippines.
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Robin Moore Photo
Creating a new forest reserve in Palawan, the Philippines.
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Global Wildlife
Protecting Cleopatra’s Needle.
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