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The Philippines boasts incredibly rich and biodiverse environments across its 7,100 islands, which host more than 20,000 species of animals and plants found nowhere else in the world.
With a growing population of more than 100 million, the need to conserve the Philippines' natural resources for food and livelihoods has never been greater.
Conservation International (CI) Philippines has worked with the government and local communities to value and protect healthy ecosystems since 1995. Through innovative science, policy and fieldwork, we aim to protect the nature that provides food, fresh water, livelihoods and climate resilience to every Filipino, and provide innovative solutions to key environmental issues – such as the loss of mangroves, deforestation, climate change, unsustainable fishing and the illegal wildlife trade.
CI Philippines work both on land and sea – from the magnificent mountain range of Mount Mantalingahan in Palawan to the productive Verde Island Passage seascape – to safeguard the well-being of all Filipinos for generations ahead.