Food, water, refuge, and shelter.​​​​ Mountains provide for all. But they are more endangered than you might think.​

For over two decades, Conservation International in the Philippines has helped protect the mountains that supply water to hundreds of thousands of people and play an important role in climate resilience. We work with governments to establish protected landscapes, encourage environmental stewardship within local communities and respect the ancestral domains of indigenous peoples who live within these mountains.



Ako ang pinakamatandang templo ng mundo. 

Bundok: Robert Sena


Nature Is Speaking

Nature has a voice, and it is telling us it’s time to act.

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There is much to protect in the Philippines. Learn about our work, and how people need nature to thrive.

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