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   Per Malacañang Proclamation No. 247 dated September 02, 2002, the month of September of every year is declared as Development Policy Research Month (DPRM) to promote and draw nationwide awareness on the importance of policy research in the formulation of national development plans, programs, and policies.



Guidelines for Application in Mine Sites
and Land Rehabilitation Projects in the Philippines

   A successful mining industry spells significant contribution to economic upswing. To top this, we are looking at responsible mining to open the door to a sustainable, productive and wholesome natural resource use. To champion this cause, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is keen in ensuring that Landscapes affected by mining activities are restored to a stable and self-sustaining state.

   With encouraging headways, adoption of rehabilitation technologies in mining companies should further gain ground. But more than this, the DENR must also keep ahead in setting the pace by looking at science-based monitoring systems that can ensure quick, reliable information for better management and timely decision making.

   Currently, there is a need for common measures of success or progress of rehabilitation efforts in mining, forestry and other development projects that disturb landscapes. This is where Landscape Function Analysis (LFA) comes to fore. LFA is a monitoring procedure which can compliment existing ENR monitoring systems particularly in degraded mining areas. read more





DENR Secretary Ramon J.P. Paje's message for the 2014 International Day of Forests


   21 March has been declared as the International Day of Forests by the Untied Nations General Assembly. This new global celebration of forests builds on the successes of the International Year of Forests in 2011, and provides a platform to raise awareness of the importance of all types of forests and trees outside forests.
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RENEWAL AND CANCELLATION OF
CERTIFICATE OF STEWARDSHIP CONTRACT (CSC)
   In order to continue the proper management of forestland under the Integrated Social Forestry Program, there is a need to undetake the process of renewal or cancellation of CSCs. Under Section 2 Article II of the 1987 Constituion, production sharing agreement which covers a period of 25 years can be renewed for another 25 years. The same stipulation is carried in the CSC Agreement that it can be renewed for another 25 years. read more

GLOBAL OBJECTIVES ON FOREST

As enshrined in the Non-legally Binding Instruments on all
types of forest (Forest Instruments) adopted by the
United Nations General Assembly in 2007
   In 2006, at its sixth session, the United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF) agreed on four shared Global Objectives on Forests, providing clear guidance on the future work of the international arrangement on forests. The four Global Objectives seek to:
  • GLOBAL OBJECTIVE 1 - Reverse the loss of forest cover worldwide through Sustainable Forest Management, including protection, restoration, afforestation and reforestation, and increase efforts to prevent forest degradation.

  • GLOBAL OBJECTIVE 2 - Enhance forest-based economic, social and environmental benefits, including by improving the livelihoods of forest-dependent people.

  • GLOBAL OBJECTIVE 3 - Increase significantly area of sustainably managed forests, protected forests worldwide and other areas of sustainably managed forests as well as the proportion of forest products from sustainably managed forests.

  • GLOBAL OBJECTIVE 4 - Reverse the decline in official development assistance for sustainable forest management and mobilize significantly increased, new, and addicitional financial resources from all sources for the implementation of sustainable forest management. read more

FOREST INSTRUMENT:
A FRAMEWORK FOR IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT
   As a framework for implementing sustainable forest management, the Forest Instrument includes a set of 25 National Policies and Measures, which are designed to bring the country closer to the goal of achieving sustainably managed forest ecosystems all over the archipelago.

   Although on voluntary basis, each member state of UNFF is responsible for the sustainable management of its forests and enforcement of its forest-related laws.

   Importantly, in addition to the Government’s forest service units, all relevant stakeholders including local government units (LGU), local and indigenous communities, and non-governmental, civil society, academe, and media organizations will be involved through transparent, participatory constructive engagements, dialogues, and consultations. read more
TERMS AND DEFINITIONS Forest Related Terms and Definitions
FORESTAT Forestry Statistics at a Glance
ESSENTIAL STATISTICS 2013
Forest Production Reports
2012
Philippine Forestry Statistics
FOREST COVER 2010
Forest Cover
FOREST POLICIES Forestry Related Policies
FMB TECHNICAL BULLETINS (SIGNED)
Community ENR-based
Enterprise Development
and Management
GUIDEBOOK - ENR Enterprise
Green Kit for Lowland, Urban and Coastal Ecosystems
Green Kit for Upland Ecosystems
Forest Regeneration
in the Philippines

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