For 21 years, CCEF has been helping coastal communities in different parts of the Philippines to make sure that Filipinos have the right food security and that they’re fully involved in managing their coastal resources.
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Thirty years ago, communities all over the globe rallied together with the common goal of collecting and documenting the trash littering in their coastline in a movement now called as the International Coastal Cleanup Day. Read more >>
Our oceans comprise most of our planet. The oceans are considered the heart of the earth, connecting different people, animals and resources all across the globe. Read more>>
Located along the boundary of major tectonic plates and at the center of a typhoon belt, the Philippines is listed as among the world’s top-three disaster-prone countries. Its islands are regularly impacted by floods, typhoons, landslides, earthquakes, volcanoes, and droughts. Read more
This month of June is just all about the environment, from the celebration of the Philippine Environment Month to the World Oceans Day, CCEF is just as engaged in helping communities become more involved in securing the coasts for the future generation. Read more >>
Our oceans are one of the most important resources in the world. They make up most of the things we need to maintain the balance in our ecosystems, such as temperature regulation, large food webs, coastal protection, as well as basic necessities such as medicine, fisheries and livelihood. Read more>>
On April 22, 1970, millions of people took to the streets to protest the negative impacts of 150 years of industrial development. Earth Day is now a global event each year, according to the Earth Day Network, 1 billion people in 192 countries now take part in what is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world. Read more >>
Wetlands play a crucial role in protecting our water sources, sustaining agricultural activities, supporting fisheries, and providing breeding grounds for large-scale fisheries. Read more >>
Celebrating this extended holiday season from Christmas to New Year is one of our most awaited events in the Philippines. Ironically, the festivities that come along with it has been one of the greatest producers of trash and pollution, which isn’t something to celebrate for our marine wildlife. Read more >>