Philippine Parks & Biodiversity is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose primary focus is to conserve Philippine biodiversity through the sustainable development of parks, protected areas, and the restoration of ecosystems for present and future generations. We work hand in hand with grassroots communities focusing on rangers and indigenous, citizens, civil society, the private
sector, the academe, and our government, adopting a multi-stakeholder and dynamic approach to conservation.
We envision a Philippines where our natural and cultural heritage is protected, conserved, and experienced by Filipinos and all individuals from all walks of life in perpetuity. A Philippines where people and nature thrive together.
ASAP Species That We Work On
What We Do
The Tamaraw Conservation Program has been one of our longstanding partners since our conception and since the beginning of our partner social enterprise, Eco Exploration. Initially, we started with biodiversity camps led by the rangers that protect the critically-endangered tamaraw, an ASAP Species. These biodiversity camps would educate participants and allow us to use the funds generated from the camps to empower and equip the rangers for habitat protection. During COVID, we launched a campaign to unite citizens and groups to ensure frontliners would continue to patrol despite the loss of income from the pandemic.
As our work grew deeper through the years, we are not only involved in educational camps but are not working towards other efforts for in-situ conservation and working with indigenous rangers to protect and conserve the remaining tamaraw in the wild and their habitats.
Where We Work
Protected areas and parks in the Philippines