ICRMP Assessment

Members of the San Jose Fisherfolk Association in Gonzaga, Cagayan fill-out data sheet and assessment form during the Marine Protected Area-Management Effectiveness Tracking Tool orientation-workshop conducted by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 2 on June 21, 2012 at the Narek Hall, DENR Regional Office, Tuguegarao City. Issues and concerns on conservation projects were discussed after the workshop. Other people’s organizations in Claveria and Sta. Praxedes, Cagayan also participated in the activity.



Secretary's New Year Message


As we welcome 2015, let us rejoice and congratulate each other for the milestones we have reached. We have made giant steps and we are exceeding our targets. We have already achieved a lot.

Allow me to cite a few:

  1. The National Greening Program (NGP) is 11.6 percent above target. We have reforested 1,005,013 hectares out of the actual target of 900,00 hectares from 2011 to 2014. At the rate we are going, we expect to significantly exceed the NGP target of 1.5 million hectares by 2016;
  2. We have completed 86.84 percent of the cadastral survey nationwide. We expect to finish this century-old program within this year; and
  3. We have also completed the 1:10;000 scale geohazard mapping nationwide. All map sheets will be finalized by the end of the year.

It is also gratifying to note that we have installed air quality monitoring stations in each local government unit (LGU) in Metro Manila. We have significantly improved biodiversity protection and implemented reforms in the regulation of endangered species which earned international recognition. We have also retrofitted our research arm to make it more responsive to the current demands of the environment and natural resources sector.

Indeed, there remain many environmental challenges ahead. But with the partnerships we have forged and the support we received from the President, we have the momentum on our side. We are also driven by the high ratings for environmental performance that the Aquino Administration has been earning form the people in the past years.

On this note, allow me to convey my appreciation to our many partners and my congratulations to the women and men of the DENR!

Malayo na ang ating narating. Malaki na ang ating pinagbago. Ang dating akala natin ay imposible ay nagawa nating posible. Sama-sama nating ipagpatuloy ang ating tagumpay upang sama-sama rin nating abutin ang ating mga pinangarap!

Maligayang Bagong Taon sa inyong lahat!




Photo Releases

DepEd NGP - Guyabano plantation established in 2011 under the National Greening Program (NGP) by the Department of Education Lasam West covering one hectare located in Calapangan, Lasam, Cagayan.
PO NGP – A portion of the mango plantation established in 2011 under the National Greening Program (NGP) by the Pimentel-Dumanisi Upland Farmers Association covering 41 hectares located in Dumanisi, Diffun, Quirino.
MULTI-PURPOSE COVERED COURT – Regional Director Benjamin T. Tumaliuan leads the groundbreaking of the multi-purpose covered court at the Rogelio B. Baggayan Nature Park and Wildlife Center (RBBNPWC) in Carig, Tuguegarao City on Jan. 14, this year. With an area of 19 x 33 meters, the covered court will be used for inter-agency sports activities and other gatherings. Joining him are Batanes and Nueva Vizcaya Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officers (PENROs) George R. Reyes (in white long sleeves) and Marlon C. Agnar (in green polo shirt) as well as DENR Regional Office executives and personnel.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED - “This is the happiest year for DENR Region 2 because we are the first region to complete NGP,” said Regional Director Benjamin T. Tumaliuan during the opening of the DENR annual sportsfest at the Regional Office today, Dec. 11. Other achievements of the region include: first region to finish cadastral projects; and highest in the number of illegal logging cases prosecuted for 2014 i.e. 119 cases convicted out of the 191 convictions nationwide. #
CADASTRAL PROJECT INAUGURATION - Mayor Antonio Jose T. Miro III expresses his gratitude to the DENR during the launch of the cadastral survey project of San Pablo, Isabela on Jan. 5, this year. He emphasized that the project will prevent future land-related problems. The contract, with a total cost of P 2, 644, 409.80, was awarded to Engr. Eric C. Baldo. Present during the inauguration ceremonies are: (from left) Regional Surveys Division Chief Alberto S. Obedoza, Regional Technical Director for Land Management Gil A. Aromin and Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer William C. Savella. # (photo by Ma. Leonora V. Laurente)
CLEARING THE WAY TO 2015 – Regional Director Benjamin T. Tumaliuan sets Region 2’s direction for Calendar Year 2015 focusing on financial management, modified Major Final Outputs (MFOs) in relation to the Office Performance Contract and Review (OPCR) and mechanics for selection and promotion of Forest Technicians under the Rationalization Plan during the first Regional Management Conference held today, Jan. 7, at the Narra Hall, DENR Regional Office, Carig, Tuguegarao City. With RD Tumaliuan are Regional Technical Director for Forest Management Wilfredo C. Malvar and Regional Technical Director for Land Management Gil A. Aromin. #
GIVING WILDLIFE LOVE ON CHRISTMAS DAY - Engr.Florentino T. Lingan of the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) (2nd from left) and wife Paulina of the Land Management Sector (LMS) (extreme left) turn over to Regional Technical Director for Forestry Wilfredo C. Malvar and Regional Technical Director for Lands Gil A. Aromin a four-year old Brahminy Kite (lawin) at the DENR Regional Office today. The 52.5-cm raptor was caught by Hervacio Binayug while feeding on his fowls in Maguirig, Solana, Cagayan. The wildlife species was surrendered by Hervacio’s son, Roque, a police officer, to Engr. Lingan. The wildlife is currently under the custody of the Protected Areas, Wildlife and Coastal Zone Management Sector (PAWCZMS). #

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