Special Use Agreement In Protected Areas (Sap Technical Working Group)

08 Oct 2021

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Special Use Agreement In Protected Areas (Sap Technical Working Group)

The programme also foresees a wide range of activities aimed at ensuring sustainable management of protected areas: to ensure the continuity of the entire flow of environmental goods and services from the above-mentioned protected areas, to maintain the networking of wildlife habitats and corridors and to improve the resilience of ecosystems to climate change, the programme aims to ensure the continuity of the flow of ecological goods and services from the above-mentioned protected areas, to maintain the networking of wildlife habitats and corridors and to improve the resilience of ecosystems to climate change. habitats A priority priority. Degraded land is also restored/rehabilitated in accordance with its environmental requirements. Under this program is the Ecotourism Development Program. As part of the national strategy for ecotourism adopted by the secretaries of the DOT and DENR, the role of deNR in the development of ecotourism is in line with its mandate to manage and protect resources. Since our protected areas constitute the natural resource base for the development of ecotourism, it is necessary to provide the basic equipment and equipment that not only meets the needs of visitors, but also strengthens the protection of resources and minimizes the impact of visitor activities on the protected area. This programme includes the main in situ measures for biodiversity conservation in and around protected areas, in accordance with Republic Act 7586 or the National Integrate Protected Areas System (NIPAS) Act 1992, as amended by Republic Act 11038 or the Enipas Expanded NIPAS (ENIPAS) Act f 2018. The passage also led to the legislation of 94 additional protected areas, so that a total of 244 protected areas consist of about 7.8M hectares (107 regulated by law; 13 proclaimed; 124 initial components remaining). It will ensure that the current coverage of NIPAS and ENIPAS is streamlined by maintaining and prioritizing those with high levels of biodiversity, while putting in place an appropriate governance regime for the protection of Important Biodiversity Areas (KICs), for example.

B by Local Protection Zones (ASLs) with the IGU concerned and by Indigenous Community Protection Zones (CICS). The management and protection of other ecosystems, including inland wetlands, caves and cave resources and associated ecosystems, are also part of this program, in accordance with RA 9072 or the National Caves and Cave Resources Management Act and the National Wetland Action Plan for the Philippines. . . .