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TWIN BIOSPHERE

PALAWAN BIOSPHERE RESERVE

Jeju Island Biosphere Reserve has twinned with Palawan Biosphere Reserve in the Phillippines so we can share experiences and ideas, work on projects together, and learn from one another about how to achieve the sustainable development goals.

The entire province of Palawan, covering around 15,000km2 and populated by more than a million people, was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1991. The province is politically subdivided into 23 municipalities and one city. Within its territory can be found two World Heritage Sites and wetlands of international importance under the Ramsar Convention: the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Parkand the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park. These sites, along with eight more sites, were declared as Protected Areas due to their high species diversity, unique ecosystems, and rich culture.

  • Promoting activities regarding biodiversity conservation sharing experience of research and technology in the Biosphere Reserve area.
  • The sharing of information on research and technology, training and education, improvement of sustainability, promotion and development of the tourism industry, cooperation in networking and other forms of mutual cooperation.
  • Mutual cooperation and support in publishing literature about the Biosphere Reserve and other kinds of publication to attract more tourists on a sustainable basis.
  • Personal exchange through program development and cooperation in developing education and training.

 

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