The lessons from the courageous narratives of Lamnamkok and Chico are an inspiration not only to indigenous peoples but also the younger generations of rights defenders around the world who believe that, in a way or another, we can change the world.
No business enterprise would have its name smeared for having destroyed Baguio’s pine forest beside the Baguio Convention Center for the sake of profit. This emerging view may yet save the man-made pinestand amidst renewed apprehension of city residents and visitors over the refusal of the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) to sell the lot to the city so that it be preserved for posterity.
Ni NORWIN GONZALES www.nordis.net BAGUIO CITY — Nagballaag ti Leonardo Pacsi Command – New People’s Army Mt. Province (LPC-NPA) kasilpo ti pangta …
By GWEN GAONGEN www.nordis.net SAGADA, Mountain Province – Provincial constituents and public officials were warned by Allen Sumeg-ang Ocden, Mountain Province PNP …
BAGUIO CITY — An Ibaloi and indigenous people’s leader here said that the Indigenous People’s Rights Act (IPRA) failed to protect the rights of indigenous peoples over their ancestral land and right to self-determination.
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet — The town council of this capital town approved on August 23 a resolution asking the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to devolve to the local government the management of the town’s four communal forests.
BAGUIO CITY — Green Groups in North Luzon presented their researches to DENR Assistant secretary Juan Miguel Cuna in the 1st Cordillera Environment Summit of the Environment Management Bureau at the Crown Legacy Hotel in Baguio City last Wednesday, July 27.
We Filipinos are suckers for ranks and being on the top spot of all the listings in the world from beauty contests to tourist spots. Do you know that in 2011, Conservation International placed Philippines as 4th among the world’s top 10 most threatened forest hot spots?
VIGAN CITY — The Ilocos Network for the Environment (Defend Ilocos) calls on the people of the region to unite against corporate greed and environmental plunder. According to Defend Ilocos, only the people can expose and fight policies that provide freedom for corporations to exploit and plunder nature for profit.
VIGAN CITY — The Ilocos Network for the Environment (Defend Ilocos) on June 2 expressed apprehensions regarding individuals and families associated with mining and logging corporations around President-elect Rodrigo Duterte.
BAGUIO CITY — Forest destruction will remain unabated despite millions of trees being planted if extractive projects of powerful and rich corporations are allowed to continue, according to an environmental group in northern Luzon.
BAGUIO CITY — Cordillera People’s Alliance (CPA), an alliance of indigenous people’s organizations called for the protection and preservation of the remaining forests of the region and urged voters to choose candidates who are serious at defending the remaining forests from destruction.