Palawan Biodiversity Conservation Advocates
Actively working for protection, conservation, enhancement, and sustainable management
What we do
Envision Palawan with sustainable natural resources
We at PBCAI (Palawan Biodiversity Conservation Advocates, Inc.) envision Palawan to have healthy and rich natural resources sustainably providing ecosystems goods and services to the local populations thru the dynamic process of resource-proprietorship and sustainable development and initiatives.
Sea Turtle Monitoring
Sea Turtle Monitoring Teams in the west coast with responses to situations requiring technical support in coordination with the DENR-CENRO and the Puerto Princesa City-ENRO.
In October 2018, PBCAI became a member of the Palawan Knowledge Platform for Biodiversity and Sustainable Development.
Development of project proposals for future conservation projects that could benefit the province of Palawan and Puerto Princesa City.
Palawan Knowledge Platform (PKP) Collaborative Study on Mercury in Humans and Wildlife (Flora and Fauna) in Puerto Princesa City and the Province of Palawan
This research was done collaboratively with the partners of the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff (PCSDS) which was divided into three (3) components: human, flora and fauna.
PBCAI was invited by the DENR-CENRO and the Berong Nickel Corporation to conduct a training on “Proper Handling and Rescue of Marine Wildlife” at the Berong, Quezon. This was conducted on March 7-8, 2019. The activity aims to equip the participants with the knowledge and skills on the protocols when they encounter marine wildlife including rescue and proper handling of these animals.
Marine Conservation and Protection Project Thru Functional Community-Based Solid Waste Management Initiatives
This is a project funded by the Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines implemented from January to December 2020 with the following objectives:
1. Enhance the biophysical condition of Marine Protected Areas for better ecosystems services.
2. Improve waste segregation at source in the selected semi-urban areas.
3. Improve the quality of life of the people thru the establishment of a community-based recycling project that will provide additional income to participating families.
4. Empower women and provide benefits to children.
Due to the limitations in mobility brought about by the Covid 19 pandemic, alternative activities were conducted to respond to the pandemic and quarantine restrictions.
Staff Development Training – Sea Grass and Mangrove Assessment with resource persons from World Wildlife Fund conducted on October 13-15, 2020.
why we do it
Our passion is to help Palawan grow sustainably
By sharing how to reduce, reuse of plastics we can help