DENR

Mission Vision and Core Functions

MANDATE Executive Order No. 192 mandates the DENR to be the government agency primarily responsible for the country's environment and natural resources. VISION We envision a nation enjoying and sustaining its natural resources and clean and healthy environment. MISSION Our mission is to mobilize our citizenry in protecting, conserving and managing the environment and natural resources. CORE FUNCTIONS DENR is tasked to formulate and implement policies, guidelines, rules and regulations relating to environmental management and pollution prevention and control. We formulate, implement and supervise the government's policies, plans and programs pertaining to the management, conservation, development, use and replenishment of the country's natural resources and biological diversity. Further, we promulgate and implement rules and regulations governing the exploration, development, extraction, disposition, and use of our forests, lands, minerals, wildlife and other natural resources. MAJOR THRUSTS AND POLICIES In the coming years, the DENR will strengthen its capacity to provide a better environment for the people.. The Department's thrusts and priorities are anchored on a 5-point agenda: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Poverty reduction and hunger-mitigation Socio-economic development Natural resources conservation Climate change mitigation and adaptation measures Environmental education and enforcement

POVERTY REDUCTION AND HUNGER MITIGATION UPLAND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM A substantial amount from in the coming years, the annual budget of DENR is used to support the upland development program using reforestation and agro-forestry as strategies for sustainable forest management, poverty alleviation and hunger mitigation. DELINEATION OF FOREST BOUNDRY As support to the upland development program, almost 22,000 kilometers of forest boundaries will be delineated starting 2009. This target is way higher than the DENR's 2008 target of 9,000 kilometers. At this accelerated pace, completion of nationwide forest boundary delineation is expected by 2011.

Community participation is encouraged in the protection and management of natural resources and due respect is accorded to culture. development and utilization of mineral resources through the issuance of mining rights and the conduct of compliance monitoring.350 hectares will be fasttracked. The DENR continues to pursue conservation programs for endangered species and closely monitors wetlands for migratory birds that may be infected with the avian flu virus. Rehabilitation of the Bacagay mines in Samar will be pursued to showcase mine rehabilitation. Surveys of municipalities are done to identify and delineate the individual claims of all land applicants. Also underway is the completion of cadastral surveys in 38 more municipalities. Reforms are instituted towards responsible and sustainable mining. and for land registration and real property taxation.LAND DISTRIBUTION AND CADASTRAL SURVEY Patent application is a mode of acquiring a parcel of alienable and disposable public land suitable for agricultural purposes. The DENR ensures that more benefits from the mining sector actually go to the local communities. the surveys comprise a basis for the issuance of titles or patents. Abandoned/inactive mines are assessed and clean-up is implemented according to a rehabilitation plan.000 kilometers of the Philippines' extended continental shelf. which will bring the total number of municipalities with cadastral surveys to 951. SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Mineral Resources Development Mineral lands administration is geared towards the revitalization of the minerals industry. or 59% of all municipalities. Delineation of Extended Continental Shelf (ECS) Expected to be completed is the survey of the remaining 60. These will also establish correct disputed boundaries between municipalities and accurately fix land area for purposes of Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) computation. It also assists the LGUs in 33 protected areas in the preparation of business plans for ecotourism. It is spearheading the boundary demarcation of 10 legislated protected areas and is currently working on the establishment of a national research center on biodiversity as mandated by the Philippine Wildlife Act. It manages the exploration.. indigenous knowledge. . A regular program of the DENR is the provision of technical assistance to the local government units (LGUs) on the management and protection of mangroves. Ecotourism Program The DENR establishes and sustains multi-stakeholder partnerships in the development of areas for sustainable tourism. the distribution of 171. NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION Biodiversity Conservation Program The protection and conservation of the country's natural resources is a prime responsibility of DENR. To further advance social equity in the next years. The 2009 targets are US$1. Also being implemented are remediation measures for areas with mine tailing incidents.8 billion in new investments and US$4. and assessment of coastal areas for investment. and local customs. Mining investment opportunities/projects are identified to accelerate the exploration and development of high-potential mining prospects. This should give the country sovereignty over its extended continental shelf and open up huge potentials for the exploration and utilization of natural resources in the new frontier.236 patents covering 143. Cadastral survey is a necessary step towards ownership of a parcel of land. establishment of marine sanctuaries. for submission to the United Nations.5 billion in mineral exports.

Laguna Lake will complete dismantling of illegal fishpens. Manila Bay will be completely rid of all illegal fish pens. etc. More pressure will be placed on the water concessionaires in Metro Manila for them to accelerate their respective sewerage programs. The Pasig River will undergo massive dredging. Air Quality Management The DENR continues to focus on reducing air pollution in Metro Manila and in the country's other major urban centers. Riverbank structures will be relocated.). landslides. These will solve the water pollution problem in the water bodies transecting and surrounding the megapolis. Taal Lake will also be freed of illegal fishpens. This has assumed greater importance because the elements of air pollution are also the greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming and climate change. Informal settlers along the periphery will be relocated and land and coastal zoning will be developed. energy and mineral sourcing and solid waste disposal. . geohazard zoning. Solid Waste Management Another source of greenhouse gas is the methane emitted by garbage. DENR will continue to improve water quality in priority rivers and water bodies. A comprehensive plan will be implemented to effect substantial improvement of water quality in rivers and other water bodies. Informal settlers residing along the banks of the river will also be relocated. More stringent measures will be initiated to rehabilitate the Marilao River. To address pollution emanating from solid wastes. Water Management In years ahead. Geologic maps are generated as references for land use planning. Special focus is given to sea level rise and vulnerability assessment of the country's various ecosystems and wildlife species. Inland and coastal geohazard mapping is conducted to identify priority areas or sites prone to geological hazards (subsidence. The carrying capacity study will serve as the basis for rationalizing the use of the lake. flood risks. the DENR assists LGUs in the conversion of their open dumpsites into sanitary landfills and the establishment of materials recovery facilities. Geohazard Mapping Geosciences development is geared towards disaster preparedness through geohazard assessment and groundwater resources availability. A management plan for this lake will be developed on the basis of its carrying capacity study.CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND ADAPTATION MEASURES Research and Development Climate change is the priority subject of the DENR's research and development program. This activity addresses perennial problems associated with natural hazards. up to Bataan. in order to achieve better air quality by 2010. groundwater resource management.

the DENR is mandated to be the primary government agency responsible for the conservation. Networking To build capacities. the following objectives serve as basis for policy formulation:      Assure the availability and sustainability of the country's natural resources through their judicious use and systematic restoration or replacement. mindful of people's rights to a life of dignity. Promote equitable access to natural resources by the different sectors of the populations. Increase the productivity of natural resources in order to meet the demands for forest. prosecution and conviction of violators of environmental laws. participate processes. relevant policies and programs and appropriate information technology towards sustainable development. etc. Law Enforcement The DENR shall fully utilize the green legal army. the DENR envisions to pass on to Filipinos a renewed hope in people's ability to chart a new direction for development and a legacy of a self-sustaining environment. 192. mineral and land resources of a growing population in a manner consistent with environmental protection and enhancement.O. rules and regulations. Based on the above mandate.ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND ENFORCEMENT Information. the DENR networks and maintains partnerships with non-government organizations and civil society. The DENR is undertaking a massive and comprehensive information campaign using all forms of information media — trimedia. cyberspace. development and management of the environment through strategic alliances and partnerships. as well as the licensing and regulation of all natural resources utilization as may be provided by law in order to ensure equitable sharing of the benefits derived therefrom for the welfare of the present and future generations of Filipinos. Education and Communication (IEC) The most effective way of ensuring the protection of our environment and sustainable management of our natural resources is to transform our people into stewards of the environment. The DENR's mission is to be the dynamic force behind people's initiatives in the protection. watershed areas and lands of the public domain. conservation. including those in reservations. political. Environmental education in the school system and training programs will also be institutionalized to teach children of school age the value and benefits of environmental protection. arrest. development and proper use of the country's environment and natural resources. . To accomplish the department's mandate. This should be possible through awareness raising and environmental education. Mandate & Functions As provided for under Section 4 of E. Training and capacity-building programs are given to barangay officials and communities to heighten their awareness and knowledge of laws and regulations pertaining to the environment. management. whenever possible. Maintain a desirable level of environmental quality. The Department also partners and maintains sound working relationships with the LGUs. The campaign includes the development of documentaries and the use of primetime spots to reach a maximum number of people. Enhance the contribution of natural resources for achieving national economic. text messaging. the environmental ombudsmen and the green courts to increase rates in the detection. social development and ecological integrity.

protection. Promote proper and mutual consultation with the private sector involving natural resources development. b. Promulgate rules and regulations necessary to: a. The powers and functions of the DENR. licenses. permits. rentals and any such form of levy and collect such revenues for the exploration. licensing and regulation as provided for by law. concessions. where applicable. Maintenance of a wholesome natural environment by enforcing environmental protections laws. development. the regulation and monitoring of service contractors. development and expansion of natural resource-based industries. alienable and disposable lands. land use planning and public land titling: Harness forest resources in a sustainable manner. and permittees for the extraction. Undertake exploration. utilization. rules and regulations. development. joint venture or production sharing agreements. Undertake geological surveys of the whole country including its territorial waters. fees. development and expansion of natural resource-based industries. c. Exercise supervision and control over forest lands. Accelerated inventory. Assume responsibility for the assessment. classification and inventory of the country's natural resources using ground surveys. extraction. conservation. d. Preservation of cultural and natural heritage through wildlife conservation and segregation of national parks and other protected areas. Accelerate cadastral and emancipation patent surveys. conservation. Formulate. forest and mineral resources using appropriate technology. extraction. c. disposition. regulation. lessees. use. development. e. charges. and provide raw materials to meet increasing demands. licensees. surveys and classification of lands. disposition. regulations and guidelines on the issuance of co-production. of all natural resources. implement and supervise the government's policies. b. use and conservation. promote the production of metallic and non-metallic minerals and encourage mineral marketing. the effective and efficient classification and sub-classification of lands of the public domain. plans and programs pertaining to the management. Promulgate rules and regulations in accordance with law governing the exploration. development. support forest-based industries. remote sensing and complementary technologies. . are as follows: Advise the President on the enactment of laws relative to the development. development and utilization of natural resource products.O. exploration. regulation and conservation of the country's natural resources and the control of pollution. per Section 5 of E. Promulgate rules. to be able to come up with a more accurate assessment of resource quality and quantity. use and such other commercial activities tending to cause the depletion and degradation of our natural resources. the implementation of programs and measures with the end in view of promoting close collaboration between the government and the private sector. use and replenishment of the country's natural resources. 192. exploration and use of the country's forestland and mineral resources. conservation. and Expedite mineral resources surveys. and the enforcement of natural resources laws. Promotion. Equitable distribution of natural resources through the judicious administration. and mineral resources and impose appropriate payments. Conserve specific terrestrial and marine areas representative of the Philippine natural and cultural heritage for present and future generations. assessment. to assist rural development. and Encouragement of greater people

s participation and private initiative in natural resource management. utilization or gathering of such resources. Establish policies and implement programs for the: a. f. leases and such other privileges and arrangement concerning the development. at the same time keeping adequate reserves for environmental stability. Regulate the development.

to cancel or cause to cancel such privileges and arrangements upon failure. Air And Noise) For The Prevention. sub-classification. multi-sectoral. Implement measures for the regulation and supervision of the processing of forest products. Promulgate rules and regulations for the control of water. and multi-disciplinary National Conservation Strategy. air and land pollution. surveying and titling of lands in consultation with appropriate agencies. which will be presented to the Cabinet for President's approval. and endangered habitats. orders. proper or incidental to the attainment of its mandates and objective Environmental Management Bureau Mandates and Function Mandate The Emb Is A Line Bureau By Virtue Of Section 34 Of The Philippine Clean Air Act Of 1999 (Ra 8749). Control Of Pollution And Protection Of The Environment . grading and inspection of lumber and other forest products and monitoring of the movement of timber and other forest products. Exercise other powers and functions and perform such other acts as may be necessary. non-compliance or violations of any regulations. Formulate an integrated. The Bureau Is Mandated To Implement On A Nationwide Scale The Six (6) Important Environmental Laws To Wit: -Environmental Impact Assessment Law (Pd 1586) -Toxic Substances And Hazardous Waste Management Act (Ra 6969) -Clean Air Act Of 1999 (Ra 8749) -Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (Ra 9003) -Clean Water Act (Ra 9275) -Environmental Awareness And Education Act Of 2009 (Ra 9512) Functions a. and for all other causes which are in furtherance of the conservation of natural resources and supportive of the national interest.exploration and utilization of the country's natural resources and shall continue to oversee. which will be presented to the Cabinet for the President's approval. rules and regulations for the conservation of the country's genetic resources and biological diversity. Promulgate ambient and effluent standards for water and air quality including the allowable levels of other pollutants and radiations. Exercise exclusive jurisdiction on the management and disposition of all lands of the public domain and shall continue to be the sole agency responsible for the classification. Advise The Secretary On Matters Relating To Environmental Management b. supervise and police our natural resources. Formulate Plans And Policies And Set Appropriate Environmental Quality Standards (Water. Promulgate policies.

Develop land and survey standards and guidelines and ensure its compliance. Implement A System For The Recognition Of Environmental Laboratories h. Ra 6969 And Pd 1586 And Monitor Compliance To Said Laws d. Ra 9003.There is hereby created the Lands Management Bureau which shall absorb functions and powers of the Bureau of Lands except those line functions and powers which are transferred to the regional field office.Environmental And Compliance Monitoring. Develop And Implement A Research And Development Program In Support Of The Following: . but not limited to: . The Lands Management Bureau to be headed by a Director and assisted by an Assistant Director shall advise the Secretary on matters pertaining to rational land classification management and disposition and shall have the following functions. Clearances Under Ra 8749. VISION LMB at the forefront of land administration and management and world-class doctrinal center of excellence MANDATE Executive Order 192 Lands Management Bureau . Formulate policies for the efficient and effective administration and management of alienable and disposable public lands and ensure compliance.c. Ra 9275. i. Provides Secretariat Support To The National Solid Waste Management Commission As Provided For In Section 4 Of Ra 9003 f. Promote Public Information And Education To Encourage Participation Of An Informed Citizenry In Environmental Quality Planning And Monitoring. And -Study Of Existing And Potential Environmental Problems And Issues g. The Central And Regional Offices Of The Bureau Discharge Both Staff And Regulatory Functions -Issue Permits. Provides Secretariat Support To The Pollution Adjudication Board Per Eo 192 e. Serve As Focal Point Agency For International Agreements/Commitments Land Management Bureau Mission/Vision/Mandate | MISSION Provide direction through the development of long and medium-term strategic plans for the land sector and monitoring and evaluation tools to ensure achievement of goals. Exercises Direct Supervision Over Its Regional Offices In The Implementation Of Plans And Programs.

lease. management and conservation of forest lands. guidelines. Forest Management Bureau Mandate The Forest Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources provides support for the effective protection. classification. Issue standards. including rattan. development of forest plantations. 141. Recommend policies and programs for the efficient and effective administration. The Land Management Bureau (LMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Chamber of Real Estate and Builders Associations (CREBA) agreed to computerize the LMB’s location monuments registry at no cost to the government. development. development. regulations and orders to enforce policies for the maximization of land use and development. This project aims to improve the physical condition of our records and identification of missing records. Develop operating standards and procedures to enhance the Bureau's objectives and functions. occupancy. occupancy management. Advise the Regional Offices on the efficient and effective implementation of policies. regulation of . Assist the Secretary as Executive Officer charged with carrying out the provisions of the Public Land Act (C. surveys. sale or any other forms of concessions or disposition and management of the lands of the public domain. including grazing and mangrove areas.A. The LMB has also embarked on the creation of a computer-based inventory of land records otherwise known as the LRMIS. management and disposition of lands to ensure efficiency and effectiveness thereof. watersheds. management and disposition of alienable and disposable lands of the public domain and other lands outside the responsibilities of other government agencies.          FUNCTIONS One of the program priorities of the LMB is the fast tracking of the cadastral survey project in the country. programs and projects for more effective public lands management. It collaborates with international and local development organizations in several forestry development programs. improvement of water resource use and development. and conservation of forest lands and watersheds. Assist in the monitoring and evaluation of land surveys. Perform other functions as may be assigned by the Secretary and/or provided by law. who shall have direct executive control of the survey. rationalization of the wood-based industries. reforestation and rehabilitation of critically denuded/degraded forest reservations. such as reclaimed areas and other areas not needed for or are not being utilized for the purposes for which they have been established. The program is instrumental in efficient patent distribution and accelerating country side development. ancestral lands. They also implementing the Oplan:Fake Titles project which primary aim is to curb the issuance of fraudulent and spurious patents/titles and institute legal proceedings for their cancellation. The Bureau has the following functions:  Recommends policies and/or programs for the effective protection. in an effort to ensure the safety of records vital to the country’s land titling administration. wilderness areas and other natural reserves. bamboo and other valuable non-timber forest resources. as amended).

The Director exercises supervision and control over all divisions. other government agencies and mining contractors/permittees in connection with marine and coastal geological surveys. promotes the adoption of best practice in mining environmental management. Provides scientific and technological foundations in establishing environmental standards. including the supply and demand trends on the local. Mining Environment and Safety Division. Conducts marine and coastal geological and geophysical survey and promotes marine mineral resources and geo-sciences development. undertakes mine environmental audit and research. in particular mine rehabilitation and mine-related pollution thresholds. programs. Formulates. establishes policies and standards. mining contractors/ permittees/permit holders and the general public. mining contractors/permittees and the general public. Marine Geological Survey Division. operates and maintains the Bureau’s marine vessel (RPS Explorer). geohazards and geoenvironmental site assessments. and other agencies under the Bureau. guidelines and procedures for mining operations. ore genesis mineralogy. national and international levels.  Undertakes studies on the economics of forest-based industries. .  Develops plans. promulgates rules and regulations and such other functions in line with MGB’s mandates. conducts specialized researches in geology. operating standards and administrative measures to promote the Bureau’s objectives and functions. stratigraphy and other related scientific disciplines. and provides technical support services to the Regional Offices. Land Geological Survey Division. field survey and laboratory research technologies and geostandards and georeference materials. petrology.  Assists in the monitoring and evaluation of forestry and watershed development projects to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. the regional offices. paleontology. identifying investment problems and opportunities in various areas.utilization and exploitation of forest resources including wildlife. to ensure continued supply of forest goods and services. other government agencies. undertakes mine safety and health audit and coordinate the national program on safety and health in mining operations.  Advises the Regional Offices in the implementation of the above policies and/or programs. including small-scale mining. develops and coordinates the adoption/implementation of national geological mapping programs. operates and maintains a GIS-based geoinformation and remote sensing facilities for geological applications. develops strategies for a comprehensive environmental protection program for mining operations. and provides technical support services to the Regional Offices. Bureau of Mines and Geosciences Mandate and Functions Central Office Office of the Director. and provides technical support services to the Regional Offices. other government agencies. including the conduct of hydrogeological.

Administers the Bureau’s human resources development. It also takes charge of information. conducts laboratory researchers. provides staff services on planning. including pilot testing and flowsheet preparation. Undertakes planning. guidelines procedures in mine feasibility evaluation. rules and regulations. operates and maintains the national Mineral Resources Database System as likewise mandated by the said Act. Develops strategies for mining investment promotions. Mine Waste and Safety and Health Program. Develops metallurgical processes of extracting minerals from ores. Documents and develops database systems on mine planning and design. geo-environmental and mineral exploration surveys. undertakes macro-forecasting of mining industry trends. performs systems audit in the administration of operation of mining contractors and permittees. provides and coordinates on a national level metallurgical and analytical services to Regional Offices. in particular rock mechanics and safety of personal protective equipment pertinent to ground stability and safety of mine personnel. complements the Mine . Planning and Policy Division. Geosciences Division. organizing. mining contractors/permittees and general public. undertakes metallurgical batch tests for the technical and economic feasibility of mineral extraction from ores. Responsible for the enforcement and monitoring of compliance with the environmental and safety provisions of Republic Act No. communication and education (IEC) campaign of the Bureau. and perform such other duties and functions as may be provided by law or further delegated by the Director. and provides and coordinates on a national level technical support services to Regional Offices and mining contractors/permittees in the fields of mine feasibility evaluation and lab research. Undertakes final evaluation/review of all mining rights application forwarded by the Regional Offices. cashiering and accounting operations of the Central Office and integrates the budgeting and accounting procedures of the entire Bureau operations. Undertakes the budgeting. Mine Decommissioning Plan. including part fabrication and modification. conducts analysis of metallurgical products and develop substitute analytical procedures and chemical reagents. takes charge of the operationalization of the mineral rights management system and provide technical services to other government agencies. implementing the Bureau’s programs in the region. policies. directing and controlling. Undertakes processing/initial evaluation of mining rights applications and manages the issuance of mining rights operations in mining tenements. Mining Tenements Management Division. Mine Management Division. plans and programs for both central and regional operations. and establishes benchmarks in mining economics. and undertakes information technology functions for systems development in support of IEC Campaigns and publication functions. property/supply management and general services. Administrative Division. and renders staff and technical support to the Panel of Arbitrators and the Provincial/ City Mining Regulatory Board. and manages the Mineral Rights Management System. 7942 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations pertaining but not limited to the Environmental Work Program. information. including micro-forecasting and trend analysis. Information and Publications Division. education and communication campaign and legal matters. programming and monitoring and evaluation of programs/projects/activities coordinates and assists in the formulation of policies. Mining Environment and Safety Division. Regional Offices Office of the Regional Director. formulates policies on mineral economics. Mineral Economics.Mining Technology Division. exploration drilling and mine feasibility evaluation in support of mining technology development standards. and takes charge of project development in coordination with the various divisions of the Central and Regional Offices. 7942. including the conduct of socio-economic surveys. Annual Environmental Protection Enhancement Program. mineral economics. mining contractors/permittees and the general public. exercises the management functions of planning. community development in relation to mining activities. the publication of Mineral Gazette as mandated by Republic Act No. undertakes statistical functions relating to mineral production and other related mineral statistical data. Metallurgical Technology Division. records. The Regional Director implements the pertinent laws. Finance Division. In particular. the office of the Regional Director takes charge of mineral lands administration and geosciences services. Conducts geological. and operates and maintain metallurgical and chemical laboratories.

Serving as a national forum and clearing house for all matters and problems relating to water districts' operations. Vision MGB envisions a minerals industry that is not only prosperous but also socially. Yet. Mission The MGB. mining and investment decisions and an effective institutional structure. Provides general administrative services pertaining to human resource management. and render budgeting. PAWD What is PAWD? The Philippine Association of Water Districts. Coordinating and cooperating with the public and private entities in the development. economically and environmentally sustainable. It is adherent to the promotion of geological studies as an integral element of socio-economic development. and disposition of all water resources. aware of its contribution to national economic growth and countryside community development. and * Competitive and prosperous mining industry. property and other forms of support to the operations. MGB subscribes to the core requirements of Sustainable Development as applied to mining and geoscience: * Protection and rehabilitation of the environment. Promoting brotherhood and cordiality among its members by strengthening the association in terms of unity towards a better future. mining contractors/permittees and general public. as steward of the country's mineral resources. 3. are fundamental requisites for the sustainable utilization of the country's mineral resources. It fully recognizes that the development of a responsive policy framework in partnership with stakeholders to govern mineral exploration. Administrative and Finance Division. records. MGB also aims to be the leading geoscience and georesources Bureau serving the public and nation with scientific reliability. Inc. Internal . environmental protection and human safety. with broad community and political support while positively and progressively assisting in government’s program on poverty alleviation and contributing to the general economic well being of the nation. Our Mission PAWD commits itself to be an active partner to promote and foster well being of all water districts in the country by: 1. it is sensitive to the known environmental impacts of mining and the need for restoration and rehabilitation of mining affected areas and the development and adoption of environmental and geoscientific technologies. Thrust To realize its vision for the industry.Management Division in the evaluation of mining rights applications. cashiering and accounting services. 2. * Preservation of options for future generations. and provides geological and geoscientific information and geotechnical services to other Government agencies. conservation. or PAWD (pa-wad) is the umbrella organization of all duly organized water districts(WDs) in the Philippines. * Promotion of social and community stability. is committed to the promotion of sustainable mineral resources development.

Organizes and translates all recommendable findings into understandable language and presentation. ERDB's vision is "Relevant research. the coastal zone and freshwater and urban ecosystems. and . on the other hand. the focus of the agency then was only on forest production research. and with the creation of ecosystems research and development service in all DENR Regional Offices. to put R and D in the mainstream of DENR operations and provide technical backstopping for the development programs of the Department. whereas. development and extension towards a healthy environment and sustainable natural resources for an improved quality of life. Monitors and evaluates DENR regional and integrated RDE programs of 16 DENR Regional Research and Development Services. In carrying out the mission. Coordinates R&D activities of all regional research offices. 1987 through Executive Order No. The Executive Council. 192. grassland and degraded areas. Directory Seminars for water districts officers and employees External     Promotion of the water district concept of operating self-reliant water supply utility free from any political influence and interference Coordination and cooperation with the government in the conservation. development and extension (RDE) functions to provide science-based strategies for the sustainable management of the country's major ecosystems: the forest. it pursues research. As the ERDB.      Fostering high standards of reliable water supply and service at affordable cost to consumers Serving as the national forum and clearing house of all matters and problems relating to water supply and wastewater disposal system Assisting the water districts in becoming independent and self-reliant Information dissemination Publications: Magazine. is composed of the general managers chosen at large by the general managers of all member-water districts. upland farms. As the former forest Research Institute (FORI) from 1974 to 1986. the chairmen or presidents of the three major island groupings and the immediate past chairman. The members of the Board of Governors include the chairmen or presidents of regional water district associations. ERDB has the following mandates/functions:      Formulates an integrated research and development program on Philippine ecosystems and natural resources." Its mission is to provide appropriate technology and information through research. It was created in June 10. Conducts research to generate technologies towards sustainable management and use of Philippine ecosystems and natural resources. development and disposition of all water resources Public Relations Products Exhibition The PAWD is structured in a way that the policy-making function of the Association is vested in the Board of Governors. EDRB About ERDB Profile The Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau (ERDB) is the principal research agency of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). development and extension towards the enhanced productivity and sustainability of natural resources and protection of environment for the improvement of quality of life of the Filipinos. the implementation function is exercised by the Executive Council.

It provides the venue for technical collaboration. Strengthening inter-sectoral collaboration and broad based mass participation for the promotion and attainment of healthy settings Key Result Areas       Appropriate development and regular evaluation of relevant programs.O. standards. 2. solid waste. air. toxic and chemical substances and occupational health. Strategic Objectives 1. projects. resource mobilization.agency Committee on Environmental Health IACEH Task Force on Water . Vision Health Settings for All Filipinos Mission Provide leadership in ensuring health settings Goals Reduction of environmental and occupational related diseases. An Inter-Agency COmmittee on Environmental Health was created by virute of E. The ERDB coordinates with various government agencies. guidelines. disabilities and deaths through health promotion and mitigation of hazards and risks in the environment and worksplaces. programs and parameters for specific healthy settings. Facilitates dissemination of research information and technology to all possible users. It is concerned primarily with effects of the environment to the health of the people. environmental health impact assessment and occupational health through inter-agency collaboration. Program strategies and activities are focused on environmental sanitation. policy review and development. The Committee has five sectoral task forces on water. effective monitoring and communication. policies and plans on environmental and occupational health Timely provision of technical assistance to Centers for Health Development (CHDs) and other partners Development of responsive/relevant legislative and research agenda on DPC Timely provision of technical inputs to curriculum development and conduct of human resource development Timely provision of technically sound advice to the Secretary and other stakeholders Timely and adequate provision of strategic logistics Components   Inter. Development of evidence-based policies. 489 to facilitate and improve coordination among concerned agencies. Provision of technical assistance to implementers and other relevant partners 3. DOH Environmental Health Environmental Health is concerned with preventing illness through managing the environment and by changing people's behavior to reduce exposure to biological and non-biological agents of disease and injury. local government units (LGUs) and other entities in the performance of its functions. non-government organizations (NGOs). It closely links with DENR field research units that undertake R & D activities on specific and priority areas of investigation within their territorial jurisdiction.

As the sector grows and modernizes. and exclusion-while promoting gender equality. The sector's development is therefore vital in achieving inclusive growth and poverty reduction as well as attaining the targets under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Rising productivity and efficiency in the sector are critical in maintaining the affordability of food and purchasing power. and promoting sustainable economic growth. Vision Prosperous rural communities built on profitable farms that provide surplus for agro-industry and guarantees food security. Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries Sector. In pursuit of this. Mission Increase the income of farmers and fisherfolk. thereby contributing to the achievement of the national goals of alleviating poverty.      IACEH Task Force on Solid Waste IACEH Task Force on Toxic Chemicals IACEH Task Force on Occupational Health Environmental Sanitation Environmental Health Impact Assessment Occupational Health Dept of Agri MISSION / VISION As stipulated in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2011-2016. All DA programs shall take into consideration the risks of climate change to agriculture and fisheries production and to the rural families. children and other disadvantaged sectors. and thriving and productive ecosystems. it provides a policy framework that directs public investments and. and agri-based enterprises profitable and to help spread the benefits of development to the poor. in partnership with the local government units (LGUs). lack of adequate shelter. MDGs are the world's time-bound and quantified targets for addressing extreme poverty in its many dimensions-income poverty. women. Policy thrusts The DA policy framework on climate change consists of six major thrusts. safe. disease. 1. prosperous and self-reliant farming and fishing communities. that live on these vulnerable areas. particularly those in the rural areas. the agriculture and fisheries sector provides food and vital raw materials for the rest of the economy. it releases surplus labor to the industry and services sectors. education. and environmental sustainability. fostering social justice and equity. Mandate The Department of Agriculture is the principal agency of the Philippine government responsible for the promotion of agricultural and fisheries development and growth. Goal To build the adaptive capacity of farming and fishing communities and increase the resilience of natural ecosystems to climate change. hunger. generating productive opportunities. provides the support services necessary to make agriculture and fisheries. and optimize adaptation with mitigation opportunities towards sustainable development. especially among the poor. THE DA CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAM Vision A climate risk-resilient Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries with healthy. Chapter 4. especially the poor. .

6.2. 3. technologies and best practices of local communities for climate change mitigation and adaptation. The science and technology sector shall be fully engaged and supported to spur innovation in developing tools. Both short and long term measures in climate change mitigation and adaptation engaging various sectors representing consumers and producers shall be adapted. Adaptation includes anticipatory measures and strategies on impacts of climate change. The agriculture and fisheries sector is no stranger to the risks of climate change as weather disturbances are familiar causes of disruption of food production. the DA policy and program on climate change is anchored on two pillars. Also as clearly stated in the NFS. 4. the program is risk-based. mitigation and adaptation with adaptation as the anchor strategy and mitigation measures as a function of adaptation. As enunciated in the National Framework Strategy (NFS) on Climate Change. Risks with climate change . 5. The practice of providing agricultural inputs through centralized procurement shall cease as this practice breeds corruption and severely limits the implementation of the program.

These adaptation strategies include disaster risk reduction and management including early warning systems. Changes in ENSO occurrences are also expected that may bring along more severe drought conditions during El Niño or severe flooding during La Niña. Agri-fishery infrastructures such as livestock housing. erosion and landslides may render food production areas non-productive.The Department of Education (DepEd). climate change adaptive crops. . in coordination with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). and promote total human liberation and development. fully engaged extension system. non-formal. and in recognition of the vital role of the youth in nation building and the role of education to foster patriotism and nationalism. the Department shall employ the following policy instruments to ensure rapid and wide adaptation: climate information system for agriculture and fisheries. climate resilient agri-fishery infrastructures and urban agriculture. water use management and efficient water storage and delivery systems. Reduction of direct and indirect GHG emissions from food production may be achieved through the following: organic farming practices. . professional . In addition. technical vocational. biotech crops. including in barangay daycare.Consistent with the policy of the State to protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature. shall integrate environmental education in its school curricula at all levels. whether public or private. research and development for adaptive tools. malunggay and seaweed farming. ponds. 9512 December 12. Sea water intrusion. the state shall promote national awareness on the role of natural resources in economic growth and the importance of environmental conservation and ecological balance towards sustained national development. Coastal and marine resources may be adversely affected reducing their productivities and causing human settlements damage. regulations to ensure effectiveness and safety. precision agriculture. biological inputs such as biopesticides. Policy implementation Considering that adaptation and mitigation measures to climate change will be effective only if adopted widely by the producing sectors. the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and other relevant agencies. livestock and fishes thereby reducing their productivities or wiping them out totally. the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). repair and improvement of irrigation systems and establishment of SWIPS and SFRs. Mitigation strategies Mitigation strategies refer to tools. These various phenomena often adversely affect the biology of crops. and windows for financing and instruments for risk transfer. technologies and practices that if widely adapted will help reduce carbon emissions from food production or provide carbon sinks to reduce the volume of greenhouse gasses that rise into the atmosphere. waste management. flooding. Adaptation strategies Adaptation strategies refer to tools. technologies and practices that if widely adapted will help minimize the adverse effects of climate change to agriculture and fisheries. Scope of Environmental Education. technologies and practices. the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). etc. novel feed formulations. and energy-efficient and green agri-fishery machineries including transport vehicles. intermittent irrigation for paddy rice. Declaration of Policy. DECS Republic Act No. Section 2. climate change is expected to alter weather patterns and increase sea levels and sea surface temperatures. the biology of pests maybe altered rendering them more damaging. erosion and landslides. Section 3. irrigation facilities. In addition. aquaculture species and livestock breeds including early maturing crops and fishes. The provision of carbon sinks includes agro-reforestation with long lived fruit and multipurpose trees including coconut. farm to market roads. . may be damaged or totally destroyed. Title. 2008 AN ACT TO PROMOTE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled:: Section 1. climate resilient other agriculture and fishery infrastructures. water conservation.This Act shall be known as the "National Environmental Awareness and Education Act of 2008". agri-ecotourism will suffer as well. the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). accelerate social progress. In addition to food production. preschool.Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and/or intensity of typhoons that bring along strong winds and excessive rainfall causing flooding.

segregation. . the month of November of every year shall be known as the "Environmental Awareness Month" throughout the Philippines. section or provision of this Act shall be held invalid or unconstitutional. seminars. The DepEd. devices. shall undertake capacity-building programs nationwide such as trainings. It shall cover both theoretical and practicum modules comprising activities. Section 10. relevant livelihood opportunities and economic benefits and other such programs and undertakings to aid the implementation of the different environmental protection law. . indigenous learning and out-of-school youth courses or programs. The DOST is mandated to create programs that will ensure that students receive science-based quality information on environmental issues to encourage the development of environment-friendly solutions. DSWD and barangay units shall ensure that the information is disseminated to the subject students. DENR. local environmental best practices. programs including. TESDA. The DENR shall have the primary responsibility of periodically informing all agencies concerned on current environmental updates. the responsibility of the citizenry to the environment and the value of conservation. Declaration of Environmental Awareness Month. equipment and facilities. executive orders. including identifying priority environmental education issues for national action and providing strategic advice on the environmental education activities. CHED. . in consultation with experts on the environment and the academe.This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in the Official Gazette or in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation. laws. the state of international and local environment. Section 5. . waste minimization. forest management and conservation. Section 7. TESDA. CHED. Environmental education shall encompass environmental concepts and principles. but not limited to. CHED and TESDA. DOST and other relevant agencies. Repealing Clause. rules and regulations or any part thereof which are inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed or modified accordingly. Section 6. DENR. the other provisions shall not be affected thereby. Section 9. . protection and rehabilitation of natural resources and the environment in the context of sustainable development. development and production of environmental education materials. environmental laws. Section 4.The DepEd. DOST. and teacher-education courses and related livelihood programs.level. projects. in coordination with the DENR and other relevant agencies. as part of the Civic Welfare Training Service component required for all baccalaureate degree courses and vocational courses with a curriculum of at least two (2) years. Separability Clause. Capacity-Building. tree planting. freshwater and marine conservation. 9163. . presidential issuances. .Pursuant to the policy set forth in this Act. the threats of environmental degradation and its impact on human well-being.All other acts. shall lead in the implementation of public education and awareness programs on environmental protection and conservation through collaborative interagency and multi-sectoral effort at all levels.The DepEd.If any part. Effectivity.The CHED and the TESDA shall include environmental education and awareness programs and activities in the National Service Training Program under Republic Act No. Section 8. Environmental Education and Activities as Part of National Service Training Program. Interagency and Multi-sectoral Effort. recycling and composting. . workshops on environmental education.

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s participation and private initiative in natural resource management. utilization or gathering of such resources. Establish policies and implement programs for the: a. f. leases and such other privileges and arrangement concerning the development. at the same time keeping adequate reserves for environmental stability. Regulate the development.

to cancel or cause to cancel such privileges and arrangements upon failure. Air And Noise) For The Prevention. sub-classification. multi-sectoral. Implement measures for the regulation and supervision of the processing of forest products. Promulgate rules and regulations for the control of water. and multi-disciplinary National Conservation Strategy. air and land pollution. surveying and titling of lands in consultation with appropriate agencies. which will be presented to the Cabinet for President's approval. and endangered habitats. orders. proper or incidental to the attainment of its mandates and objective Environmental Management Bureau Mandates and Function Mandate The Emb Is A Line Bureau By Virtue Of Section 34 Of The Philippine Clean Air Act Of 1999 (Ra 8749). Control Of Pollution And Protection Of The Environment . grading and inspection of lumber and other forest products and monitoring of the movement of timber and other forest products. Exercise other powers and functions and perform such other acts as may be necessary. non-compliance or violations of any regulations. Formulate an integrated. The Bureau Is Mandated To Implement On A Nationwide Scale The Six (6) Important Environmental Laws To Wit: -Environmental Impact Assessment Law (Pd 1586) -Toxic Substances And Hazardous Waste Management Act (Ra 6969) -Clean Air Act Of 1999 (Ra 8749) -Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (Ra 9003) -Clean Water Act (Ra 9275) -Environmental Awareness And Education Act Of 2009 (Ra 9512) Functions a. and for all other causes which are in furtherance of the conservation of natural resources and supportive of the national interest.exploration and utilization of the country's natural resources and shall continue to oversee. which will be presented to the Cabinet for the President's approval. rules and regulations for the conservation of the country's genetic resources and biological diversity. Promulgate ambient and effluent standards for water and air quality including the allowable levels of other pollutants and radiations. Exercise exclusive jurisdiction on the management and disposition of all lands of the public domain and shall continue to be the sole agency responsible for the classification. Advise The Secretary On Matters Relating To Environmental Management b. supervise and police our natural resources. Formulate Plans And Policies And Set Appropriate Environmental Quality Standards (Water. Promulgate policies.

Develop land and survey standards and guidelines and ensure its compliance. Implement A System For The Recognition Of Environmental Laboratories h. Ra 6969 And Pd 1586 And Monitor Compliance To Said Laws d. Ra 9003.There is hereby created the Lands Management Bureau which shall absorb functions and powers of the Bureau of Lands except those line functions and powers which are transferred to the regional field office.Environmental And Compliance Monitoring. Develop And Implement A Research And Development Program In Support Of The Following: . but not limited to: . The Lands Management Bureau to be headed by a Director and assisted by an Assistant Director shall advise the Secretary on matters pertaining to rational land classification management and disposition and shall have the following functions. Clearances Under Ra 8749. VISION LMB at the forefront of land administration and management and world-class doctrinal center of excellence MANDATE Executive Order 192 Lands Management Bureau . Formulate policies for the efficient and effective administration and management of alienable and disposable public lands and ensure compliance.c. Ra 9275. i. Provides Secretariat Support To The National Solid Waste Management Commission As Provided For In Section 4 Of Ra 9003 f. Promote Public Information And Education To Encourage Participation Of An Informed Citizenry In Environmental Quality Planning And Monitoring. And -Study Of Existing And Potential Environmental Problems And Issues g. The Central And Regional Offices Of The Bureau Discharge Both Staff And Regulatory Functions -Issue Permits. Provides Secretariat Support To The Pollution Adjudication Board Per Eo 192 e. Serve As Focal Point Agency For International Agreements/Commitments Land Management Bureau Mission/Vision/Mandate | MISSION Provide direction through the development of long and medium-term strategic plans for the land sector and monitoring and evaluation tools to ensure achievement of goals. Exercises Direct Supervision Over Its Regional Offices In The Implementation Of Plans And Programs.

lease. management and conservation of forest lands. guidelines. Forest Management Bureau Mandate The Forest Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources provides support for the effective protection. classification. Issue standards. including rattan. development of forest plantations. 141. Recommend policies and programs for the efficient and effective administration. The Land Management Bureau (LMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Chamber of Real Estate and Builders Associations (CREBA) agreed to computerize the LMB’s location monuments registry at no cost to the government. development. development. regulations and orders to enforce policies for the maximization of land use and development. This project aims to improve the physical condition of our records and identification of missing records. Develop operating standards and procedures to enhance the Bureau's objectives and functions. occupancy. occupancy management. Advise the Regional Offices on the efficient and effective implementation of policies. regulation of . Assist the Secretary as Executive Officer charged with carrying out the provisions of the Public Land Act (C. surveys. sale or any other forms of concessions or disposition and management of the lands of the public domain. including grazing and mangrove areas.A. The LMB has also embarked on the creation of a computer-based inventory of land records otherwise known as the LRMIS. management and disposition of lands to ensure efficiency and effectiveness thereof. watersheds. management and disposition of alienable and disposable lands of the public domain and other lands outside the responsibilities of other government agencies.          FUNCTIONS One of the program priorities of the LMB is the fast tracking of the cadastral survey project in the country. programs and projects for more effective public lands management. It collaborates with international and local development organizations in several forestry development programs. improvement of water resource use and development. and conservation of forest lands and watersheds. Assist in the monitoring and evaluation of land surveys. Perform other functions as may be assigned by the Secretary and/or provided by law. who shall have direct executive control of the survey. rationalization of the wood-based industries. reforestation and rehabilitation of critically denuded/degraded forest reservations. such as reclaimed areas and other areas not needed for or are not being utilized for the purposes for which they have been established. The program is instrumental in efficient patent distribution and accelerating country side development. ancestral lands. They also implementing the Oplan:Fake Titles project which primary aim is to curb the issuance of fraudulent and spurious patents/titles and institute legal proceedings for their cancellation. The Bureau has the following functions:  Recommends policies and/or programs for the effective protection. in an effort to ensure the safety of records vital to the country’s land titling administration. wilderness areas and other natural reserves. bamboo and other valuable non-timber forest resources. as amended).

The Director exercises supervision and control over all divisions. other government agencies and mining contractors/permittees in connection with marine and coastal geological surveys. promotes the adoption of best practice in mining environmental management. Provides scientific and technological foundations in establishing environmental standards. including the supply and demand trends on the local. Mining Environment and Safety Division. Conducts marine and coastal geological and geophysical survey and promotes marine mineral resources and geo-sciences development. undertakes mine environmental audit and research. in particular mine rehabilitation and mine-related pollution thresholds. programs. Formulates. establishes policies and standards. mining contractors/ permittees/permit holders and the general public. mining contractors/permittees and the general public. Marine Geological Survey Division. operates and maintains the Bureau’s marine vessel (RPS Explorer). geohazards and geoenvironmental site assessments. and other agencies under the Bureau. guidelines and procedures for mining operations. ore genesis mineralogy. national and international levels.  Undertakes studies on the economics of forest-based industries. .  Develops plans. promulgates rules and regulations and such other functions in line with MGB’s mandates. conducts specialized researches in geology. operating standards and administrative measures to promote the Bureau’s objectives and functions. stratigraphy and other related scientific disciplines. and provides technical support services to the Regional Offices. Land Geological Survey Division. field survey and laboratory research technologies and geostandards and georeference materials. petrology.  Assists in the monitoring and evaluation of forestry and watershed development projects to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. the regional offices. paleontology. identifying investment problems and opportunities in various areas.utilization and exploitation of forest resources including wildlife. to ensure continued supply of forest goods and services. other government agencies. undertakes mine safety and health audit and coordinate the national program on safety and health in mining operations.  Advises the Regional Offices in the implementation of the above policies and/or programs. including small-scale mining. develops and coordinates the adoption/implementation of national geological mapping programs. operates and maintains a GIS-based geoinformation and remote sensing facilities for geological applications. develops strategies for a comprehensive environmental protection program for mining operations. and provides technical support services to the Regional Offices. Bureau of Mines and Geosciences Mandate and Functions Central Office Office of the Director. and provides technical support services to the Regional Offices. other government agencies. including the conduct of hydrogeological.

Administers the Bureau’s human resources development. It also takes charge of information. conducts laboratory researchers. provides staff services on planning. including pilot testing and flowsheet preparation. Undertakes planning. guidelines procedures in mine feasibility evaluation. rules and regulations. operates and maintains the national Mineral Resources Database System as likewise mandated by the said Act. Develops strategies for mining investment promotions. Mine Waste and Safety and Health Program. Develops metallurgical processes of extracting minerals from ores. Documents and develops database systems on mine planning and design. geo-environmental and mineral exploration surveys. undertakes macro-forecasting of mining industry trends. performs systems audit in the administration of operation of mining contractors and permittees. provides and coordinates on a national level metallurgical and analytical services to Regional Offices. in particular rock mechanics and safety of personal protective equipment pertinent to ground stability and safety of mine personnel. complements the Mine . Planning and Policy Division. Geosciences Division. organizing. mining contractors/permittees and general public. undertakes metallurgical batch tests for the technical and economic feasibility of mineral extraction from ores. Responsible for the enforcement and monitoring of compliance with the environmental and safety provisions of Republic Act No. communication and education (IEC) campaign of the Bureau. and perform such other duties and functions as may be provided by law or further delegated by the Director. and provides and coordinates on a national level technical support services to Regional Offices and mining contractors/permittees in the fields of mine feasibility evaluation and lab research. Undertakes final evaluation/review of all mining rights application forwarded by the Regional Offices. cashiering and accounting operations of the Central Office and integrates the budgeting and accounting procedures of the entire Bureau operations. Undertakes the budgeting. Mine Decommissioning Plan. including part fabrication and modification. conducts analysis of metallurgical products and develop substitute analytical procedures and chemical reagents. takes charge of the operationalization of the mineral rights management system and provide technical services to other government agencies. implementing the Bureau’s programs in the region. policies. directing and controlling. Undertakes processing/initial evaluation of mining rights applications and manages the issuance of mining rights operations in mining tenements. Mining Tenements Management Division. Mine Management Division. plans and programs for both central and regional operations. and establishes benchmarks in mining economics. and undertakes information technology functions for systems development in support of IEC Campaigns and publication functions. property/supply management and general services. Administrative Division. and renders staff and technical support to the Panel of Arbitrators and the Provincial/ City Mining Regulatory Board. and manages the Mineral Rights Management System. 7942 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations pertaining but not limited to the Environmental Work Program. information. including micro-forecasting and trend analysis. Information and Publications Division. education and communication campaign and legal matters. programming and monitoring and evaluation of programs/projects/activities coordinates and assists in the formulation of policies. Mining Environment and Safety Division. Regional Offices Office of the Regional Director. formulates policies on mineral economics. Mineral Economics.Mining Technology Division. exploration drilling and mine feasibility evaluation in support of mining technology development standards. and takes charge of project development in coordination with the various divisions of the Central and Regional Offices. 7942. including the conduct of socio-economic surveys. Annual Environmental Protection Enhancement Program. mineral economics. mining contractors/permittees and the general public. exercises the management functions of planning. community development in relation to mining activities. the publication of Mineral Gazette as mandated by Republic Act No. undertakes statistical functions relating to mineral production and other related mineral statistical data. Metallurgical Technology Division. records. The Regional Director implements the pertinent laws. Finance Division. In particular. the office of the Regional Director takes charge of mineral lands administration and geosciences services. Conducts geological. and operates and maintain metallurgical and chemical laboratories.

Serving as a national forum and clearing house for all matters and problems relating to water districts' operations. Vision MGB envisions a minerals industry that is not only prosperous but also socially. Yet. Mission The MGB. mining and investment decisions and an effective institutional structure. Provides general administrative services pertaining to human resource management. and render budgeting. PAWD What is PAWD? The Philippine Association of Water Districts. Coordinating and cooperating with the public and private entities in the development. economically and environmentally sustainable. It is adherent to the promotion of geological studies as an integral element of socio-economic development. and disposition of all water resources. aware of its contribution to national economic growth and countryside community development. and * Competitive and prosperous mining industry. property and other forms of support to the operations. MGB subscribes to the core requirements of Sustainable Development as applied to mining and geoscience: * Protection and rehabilitation of the environment. Promoting brotherhood and cordiality among its members by strengthening the association in terms of unity towards a better future. mining contractors/permittees and general public. as steward of the country's mineral resources. 3. are fundamental requisites for the sustainable utilization of the country's mineral resources. It fully recognizes that the development of a responsive policy framework in partnership with stakeholders to govern mineral exploration. Administrative and Finance Division. records. MGB also aims to be the leading geoscience and georesources Bureau serving the public and nation with scientific reliability. Inc. Internal . environmental protection and human safety. with broad community and political support while positively and progressively assisting in government’s program on poverty alleviation and contributing to the general economic well being of the nation. Our Mission PAWD commits itself to be an active partner to promote and foster well being of all water districts in the country by: 1. it is sensitive to the known environmental impacts of mining and the need for restoration and rehabilitation of mining affected areas and the development and adoption of environmental and geoscientific technologies. Thrust To realize its vision for the industry.Management Division in the evaluation of mining rights applications. cashiering and accounting services. 2. * Preservation of options for future generations. and provides geological and geoscientific information and geotechnical services to other Government agencies. conservation. or PAWD (pa-wad) is the umbrella organization of all duly organized water districts(WDs) in the Philippines. * Promotion of social and community stability. is committed to the promotion of sustainable mineral resources development.

Organizes and translates all recommendable findings into understandable language and presentation. ERDB's vision is "Relevant research. the coastal zone and freshwater and urban ecosystems. and . on the other hand. the focus of the agency then was only on forest production research. and with the creation of ecosystems research and development service in all DENR Regional Offices. to put R and D in the mainstream of DENR operations and provide technical backstopping for the development programs of the Department. whereas. development and extension towards a healthy environment and sustainable natural resources for an improved quality of life. Monitors and evaluates DENR regional and integrated RDE programs of 16 DENR Regional Research and Development Services. In carrying out the mission. Coordinates R&D activities of all regional research offices. 1987 through Executive Order No. The Executive Council. 192. grassland and degraded areas. Directory Seminars for water districts officers and employees External     Promotion of the water district concept of operating self-reliant water supply utility free from any political influence and interference Coordination and cooperation with the government in the conservation. development and extension (RDE) functions to provide science-based strategies for the sustainable management of the country's major ecosystems: the forest. it pursues research. As the ERDB.      Fostering high standards of reliable water supply and service at affordable cost to consumers Serving as the national forum and clearing house of all matters and problems relating to water supply and wastewater disposal system Assisting the water districts in becoming independent and self-reliant Information dissemination Publications: Magazine. is composed of the general managers chosen at large by the general managers of all member-water districts. upland farms. As the former forest Research Institute (FORI) from 1974 to 1986. the chairmen or presidents of the three major island groupings and the immediate past chairman. The members of the Board of Governors include the chairmen or presidents of regional water district associations. ERDB has the following mandates/functions:      Formulates an integrated research and development program on Philippine ecosystems and natural resources." Its mission is to provide appropriate technology and information through research. It was created in June 10. Conducts research to generate technologies towards sustainable management and use of Philippine ecosystems and natural resources. development and disposition of all water resources Public Relations Products Exhibition The PAWD is structured in a way that the policy-making function of the Association is vested in the Board of Governors. EDRB About ERDB Profile The Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau (ERDB) is the principal research agency of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). development and extension towards the enhanced productivity and sustainability of natural resources and protection of environment for the improvement of quality of life of the Filipinos. the implementation function is exercised by the Executive Council.

It provides the venue for technical collaboration. Strengthening inter-sectoral collaboration and broad based mass participation for the promotion and attainment of healthy settings Key Result Areas       Appropriate development and regular evaluation of relevant programs.O. standards. 2. solid waste. air. toxic and chemical substances and occupational health. Strategic Objectives 1. projects. resource mobilization.agency Committee on Environmental Health IACEH Task Force on Water . Vision Health Settings for All Filipinos Mission Provide leadership in ensuring health settings Goals Reduction of environmental and occupational related diseases. An Inter-Agency COmmittee on Environmental Health was created by virute of E. The ERDB coordinates with various government agencies. guidelines. disabilities and deaths through health promotion and mitigation of hazards and risks in the environment and worksplaces. programs and parameters for specific healthy settings. Facilitates dissemination of research information and technology to all possible users. It is concerned primarily with effects of the environment to the health of the people. environmental health impact assessment and occupational health through inter-agency collaboration. Program strategies and activities are focused on environmental sanitation. policy review and development. The Committee has five sectoral task forces on water. effective monitoring and communication. policies and plans on environmental and occupational health Timely provision of technical assistance to Centers for Health Development (CHDs) and other partners Development of responsive/relevant legislative and research agenda on DPC Timely provision of technical inputs to curriculum development and conduct of human resource development Timely provision of technically sound advice to the Secretary and other stakeholders Timely and adequate provision of strategic logistics Components   Inter. Development of evidence-based policies. 489 to facilitate and improve coordination among concerned agencies. Provision of technical assistance to implementers and other relevant partners 3. DOH Environmental Health Environmental Health is concerned with preventing illness through managing the environment and by changing people's behavior to reduce exposure to biological and non-biological agents of disease and injury. local government units (LGUs) and other entities in the performance of its functions. non-government organizations (NGOs). It closely links with DENR field research units that undertake R & D activities on specific and priority areas of investigation within their territorial jurisdiction.

As the sector grows and modernizes. and exclusion-while promoting gender equality. The sector's development is therefore vital in achieving inclusive growth and poverty reduction as well as attaining the targets under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Rising productivity and efficiency in the sector are critical in maintaining the affordability of food and purchasing power. and promoting sustainable economic growth. Vision Prosperous rural communities built on profitable farms that provide surplus for agro-industry and guarantees food security. Competitive and Sustainable Agriculture and Fisheries Sector. In pursuit of this. Mission Increase the income of farmers and fisherfolk. thereby contributing to the achievement of the national goals of alleviating poverty.      IACEH Task Force on Solid Waste IACEH Task Force on Toxic Chemicals IACEH Task Force on Occupational Health Environmental Sanitation Environmental Health Impact Assessment Occupational Health Dept of Agri MISSION / VISION As stipulated in the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2011-2016. All DA programs shall take into consideration the risks of climate change to agriculture and fisheries production and to the rural families. children and other disadvantaged sectors. and thriving and productive ecosystems. it provides a policy framework that directs public investments and. and agri-based enterprises profitable and to help spread the benefits of development to the poor. in partnership with the local government units (LGUs). lack of adequate shelter. MDGs are the world's time-bound and quantified targets for addressing extreme poverty in its many dimensions-income poverty. women. Policy thrusts The DA policy framework on climate change consists of six major thrusts. safe. disease. 1. prosperous and self-reliant farming and fishing communities. that live on these vulnerable areas. particularly those in the rural areas. the agriculture and fisheries sector provides food and vital raw materials for the rest of the economy. it releases surplus labor to the industry and services sectors. education. and environmental sustainability. fostering social justice and equity. Mandate The Department of Agriculture is the principal agency of the Philippine government responsible for the promotion of agricultural and fisheries development and growth. Goal To build the adaptive capacity of farming and fishing communities and increase the resilience of natural ecosystems to climate change. hunger. generating productive opportunities. provides the support services necessary to make agriculture and fisheries. and optimize adaptation with mitigation opportunities towards sustainable development. especially among the poor. THE DA CLIMATE CHANGE PROGRAM Vision A climate risk-resilient Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries with healthy. Chapter 4. especially the poor. .

6.2. 3. technologies and best practices of local communities for climate change mitigation and adaptation. The science and technology sector shall be fully engaged and supported to spur innovation in developing tools. Both short and long term measures in climate change mitigation and adaptation engaging various sectors representing consumers and producers shall be adapted. Adaptation includes anticipatory measures and strategies on impacts of climate change. The agriculture and fisheries sector is no stranger to the risks of climate change as weather disturbances are familiar causes of disruption of food production. the DA policy and program on climate change is anchored on two pillars. Also as clearly stated in the NFS. 4. the program is risk-based. mitigation and adaptation with adaptation as the anchor strategy and mitigation measures as a function of adaptation. As enunciated in the National Framework Strategy (NFS) on Climate Change. Risks with climate change . 5. The practice of providing agricultural inputs through centralized procurement shall cease as this practice breeds corruption and severely limits the implementation of the program.

These adaptation strategies include disaster risk reduction and management including early warning systems. Changes in ENSO occurrences are also expected that may bring along more severe drought conditions during El Niño or severe flooding during La Niña. Agri-fishery infrastructures such as livestock housing. erosion and landslides may render food production areas non-productive.The Department of Education (DepEd). climate change adaptive crops. . in coordination with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). and promote total human liberation and development. fully engaged extension system. non-formal. and in recognition of the vital role of the youth in nation building and the role of education to foster patriotism and nationalism. the Department shall employ the following policy instruments to ensure rapid and wide adaptation: climate information system for agriculture and fisheries. climate resilient agri-fishery infrastructures and urban agriculture. water use management and efficient water storage and delivery systems. Reduction of direct and indirect GHG emissions from food production may be achieved through the following: organic farming practices. . professional . In addition. technical vocational. biotech crops. including in barangay daycare.Consistent with the policy of the State to protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature. shall integrate environmental education in its school curricula at all levels. whether public or private. research and development for adaptive tools. malunggay and seaweed farming. ponds. 9512 December 12. Sea water intrusion. the state shall promote national awareness on the role of natural resources in economic growth and the importance of environmental conservation and ecological balance towards sustained national development. Coastal and marine resources may be adversely affected reducing their productivities and causing human settlements damage. regulations to ensure effectiveness and safety. precision agriculture. biological inputs such as biopesticides. Policy implementation Considering that adaptation and mitigation measures to climate change will be effective only if adopted widely by the producing sectors. the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and other relevant agencies. livestock and fishes thereby reducing their productivities or wiping them out totally. the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). repair and improvement of irrigation systems and establishment of SWIPS and SFRs. Mitigation strategies Mitigation strategies refer to tools. These various phenomena often adversely affect the biology of crops. and windows for financing and instruments for risk transfer. technologies and practices that if widely adapted will help reduce carbon emissions from food production or provide carbon sinks to reduce the volume of greenhouse gasses that rise into the atmosphere. waste management. flooding. Adaptation strategies Adaptation strategies refer to tools. technologies and practices that if widely adapted will help minimize the adverse effects of climate change to agriculture and fisheries. Scope of Environmental Education. technologies and practices. the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). etc. novel feed formulations. and energy-efficient and green agri-fishery machineries including transport vehicles. intermittent irrigation for paddy rice. Declaration of Policy. DECS Republic Act No. Section 2. climate change is expected to alter weather patterns and increase sea levels and sea surface temperatures. the biology of pests maybe altered rendering them more damaging. erosion and landslides. Section 3. irrigation facilities. In addition. aquaculture species and livestock breeds including early maturing crops and fishes. The provision of carbon sinks includes agro-reforestation with long lived fruit and multipurpose trees including coconut. farm to market roads. . may be damaged or totally destroyed. Title. 2008 AN ACT TO PROMOTE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled:: Section 1. climate resilient other agriculture and fishery infrastructures. water conservation.This Act shall be known as the "National Environmental Awareness and Education Act of 2008". agri-ecotourism will suffer as well. the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). accelerate social progress. In addition to food production. preschool.Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and/or intensity of typhoons that bring along strong winds and excessive rainfall causing flooding.

segregation. . the month of November of every year shall be known as the "Environmental Awareness Month" throughout the Philippines. section or provision of this Act shall be held invalid or unconstitutional. seminars. The DepEd. devices. shall undertake capacity-building programs nationwide such as trainings. It shall cover both theoretical and practicum modules comprising activities. Section 10. relevant livelihood opportunities and economic benefits and other such programs and undertakings to aid the implementation of the different environmental protection law. . indigenous learning and out-of-school youth courses or programs. The DOST is mandated to create programs that will ensure that students receive science-based quality information on environmental issues to encourage the development of environment-friendly solutions. DSWD and barangay units shall ensure that the information is disseminated to the subject students. DENR. local environmental best practices. programs including. TESDA. The DENR shall have the primary responsibility of periodically informing all agencies concerned on current environmental updates. the responsibility of the citizenry to the environment and the value of conservation. Declaration of Environmental Awareness Month. equipment and facilities. executive orders. including identifying priority environmental education issues for national action and providing strategic advice on the environmental education activities. CHED. . in consultation with experts on the environment and the academe.This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication in the Official Gazette or in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation. laws. the state of international and local environment. Section 5. . waste minimization. forest management and conservation. Section 7. TESDA. CHED. Environmental education shall encompass environmental concepts and principles. but not limited to. CHED and TESDA. DOST and other relevant agencies. Repealing Clause. rules and regulations or any part thereof which are inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed or modified accordingly. Section 6. DENR. the other provisions shall not be affected thereby. Section 9. . protection and rehabilitation of natural resources and the environment in the context of sustainable development. development and production of environmental education materials. environmental laws. Section 4.The DepEd. DOST. and teacher-education courses and related livelihood programs.level. projects. in coordination with the DENR and other relevant agencies. as part of the Civic Welfare Training Service component required for all baccalaureate degree courses and vocational courses with a curriculum of at least two (2) years. Separability Clause. Capacity-Building. tree planting. freshwater and marine conservation. 9163. . presidential issuances. .Pursuant to the policy set forth in this Act. the threats of environmental degradation and its impact on human well-being.All other acts. shall lead in the implementation of public education and awareness programs on environmental protection and conservation through collaborative interagency and multi-sectoral effort at all levels.The DepEd.If any part. Effectivity.The CHED and the TESDA shall include environmental education and awareness programs and activities in the National Service Training Program under Republic Act No. Section 8. Environmental Education and Activities as Part of National Service Training Program. Interagency and Multi-sectoral Effort. recycling and composting. . workshops on environmental education.

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