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Philippine Town to Sue Mining Company for Clearing Forest
 
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The town of Brooke's Point in Palawan Province plans on suing a mining company for cutting down nearly 15,000 trees, allegedly without proper permits
Didipio
 
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This short documentary reveals what happens when a foreign mining company enters an upland village in the province of Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines. Oceana Gold, an Australian-New Zealand company started full commercial operations in Brgy. Didipio this year, under the first Financial and Technical Assistance Agreement granted under the Philippine Mining Act. This documentary shows the destructive effects of open pit mining on the environment, livelihoods, and culture of indigenous peoples. Filmed during a National Fact-Finding and Solidarity Mission by various groups last September 2013. Direction, Cinematography, and Editing | King Catoy Assistant Direction | Ilang-Ilang Quijano Musical scoring | RJ Mabilin Ilocano translation | Macky Macaspac
Views: 62656 pinoymediacenter
Market Edge: Global Ferronickel plans $25-M expansion of Palawan mine
 
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Global Ferronickel Holdings Inc. is spending $25 million to more than double the capacity of its Ipilan mine in Palawan province, its president said Tuesday. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
Views: 2301 ABS-CBN News
Palawan Lost: The dark side of a tropical idyll that tourists don't see
 
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The Province of Palawan in the Philippines is regularly ranked among the most beautiful islands on the planet. However, illegal logging puts its environment and indigenous tribes in grave danger. To save the island paradise and its inhabitants from destruction, Palawan’s green activists are resorting to direct action. They raid illegal logging sites, seize equipment, and expose corrupt officials despite the risk of getting killed. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/rtd_documentary/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
Views: 33272 RT Documentary
Drone captures sorry state of Zambales mountains allegedly mined for China’s artificial islands
 
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With the help of a drone, UNTV was able to capture the extent of damage that Eramen Minerals Incorporated and Bengetcorp Nickel Mines Incorporated have purportedly inflicted on two mountains in the course of their mining operations. Visit www.untvweb.com Check out our official social media accounts: http://www.facebook.com/UNTVNewsRescue http://www.twitter.com/untvnewsrescue http://www.youtube.com/untvkasangbahay Instagram account - @UNTVLife Feel free to share but do not re-upload.
Views: 16756 UNTV News and Rescue
Mt. Victoria (The Teeth), Narra Palawan
 
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Located at Narra, Palawan. This is Palawan's 2nd highest mountain at 1801 MASL
Views: 900 Rfl Tmns
Palawan Travel Tales: My Precious Palawan
 
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Palawan Travel Tales: My Precious Palawan Palawan is an island province in the southern Philippines. It is a place of great natural beauty, bountiful beaches, pristine forests and unusual wildlife. A few years ago in 2011, the National Geographic magazine listed Palawan as the top 20 holiday destinations in the world (http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2011-photos/#/20-ulaanbaatar-mongolia-gandan-monastery_30422_600x450.jpg). It had been on my bucket list since then I visited the piece of paradise called Palawan in 2014. Palawan is less than 2 hours by flight from Manila, but a world apart. It is a place of tranquility and quiet (and sketchy WiFi). Owing to its unique evolutionary history, Palawan is home to many endemic and often threatened species such as the Palawan hornbill. Palawan is also one of the last forest frontiers in Philippines and the interior of the island is still covered pristine forests. The forests of Palawan face threats from oil palm expansion and mining (http://news.mongabay.com/2014/10/too-many-people-philippine-island-being-deforested-despite-extensive-protections/). It is imperative such a veritable slice of nature be conserved.
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Gold Bars found in the Philippines (YAMASHITA TREASURE)
 
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Gold was Sorrounded by landmine ***Credit to the Owner***
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Aftermovie Palawan | Philippines
 
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Sara and I did a vacation in Palawan with our new american friends Hannah & Annie. We had a great time!! Enjoy :) (Editing is done by Sara)
Views: 77 lisasiiri
Dinagat on Mining
 
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Palace, Cabinet intervene in mine closure, suspension orders Published February 9, 2017 10:35am Updated February 9, 2017 7:12pm The backlash from the controversial closure and suspension orders by Environment and Natural Resources Gina Lopez against supposedly erring mining companies has prompted Malacañang to intervene, backed by the Cabinet, the Palace said in a statement. "Members of the Cabinet have expressed their full support behind President Duterte’s decision to observe due process before implementing a directive of the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to shut down or suspend 28 mining sites across the country," the Palace said. But Lopez made it clear that due process was heeded in the industry-wide audit on mining operations in the country. "I fully support due process and I have followed due process. I can prove it," she said in a text message to GMA News Online. Lopez announced on February 2 the results of a months-long audit by the DENR in which more than half of the large-scale mining operations failed. "The DENR’s move ... has triggered outrage in communities hosting mining sites, as some 195,000 direct and indirect workers and their families, or a total of some 1.2 million people, would be adversely affected by the closure and suspensions of the mine sites," the Palace said. "Malacañang has swiftly moved to calm fears of massive layoffs in communities affected by Lopez’s sudden move to close down or suspend mining operations in 10 provinces across the country, after several Cabinet officials expressed concern over the detrimental impact of her decision, which she had apparently kept to herself and even excluded members of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) team that conducted the audit, as well as the panel that reviewed the audit findings," it said. Industry lobby group Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP), which counts as regular members 26 of the biggest miners in the company, welcomed the latest development. "The Chamber of Mines thanks President Rodrigo Duterte and the Cabinet for deciding to observe due process with regard to the mining issue," the group said in a separate statement. It said the decision by Malacañang and the Cabinet "... gives hope to our mining communities comprised of the many women and men who rely on the industry for their living." The Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC), co-chaired by Lopez and Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III scheduled to discuss the matter further at 3 p.m. Thursday. Former President Benigno Aquino III created MICC under Executive Order No. 79 in 2012, the MICC is mandated to oversee reforms and make miners more socially and environmentally responsible while giving the state a bigger share of mining revenues. "We commit to work closely with government and the Minerals Industry Coordinating Council regarding issues raised to ensure that a fair and just conclusion to the mines audit is reached," COMP said. "We have not wavered in our commitment to continue being significant contributors to nation-building and inclusive growth," it added. COMP earlier this week said the country stands to lose more than P1 trillion of investments should the DENR proceed with its closure order. But Lopez belied such claim, saying most of the money does not benefit the economy. “To whatever they invest, most of the net income goes to them. They get a seven-year tax holiday, and at the end of the mine they can sell all their equipment and keep the money ... So how are we benefitting here?” Lopez said in a text message to GMA News Online. — VDS, GMA News - See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/598896/money/companies/palace-cabinet-intervene-in-mine-closure-suspension-orders#sthash.aPR7PwI5.dpuf
Views: 10828 Benglen Ecleo
Exploiting the Philippines and the Mining Industry
 
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Nearly 20 years after the Philippines liberalized laws allowing foreign companies to engage in mining, the promised economic growth has not been delivered, according to Bern Jagunos, Asian Pacific Coordinator of United Church of Canada and Human Rights Advocate for Mining and Globalization.
Views: 679 FilipinoWebChannel
BRIEFER: Strategic Environmental Plan for Palawan Act
 
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When the Strategic Environmental Law for Palawan Act or Republic Act 7611 was enacted in 1992, it brought forth a graded system of protection and development control in the province of Palawan to achieve sustainable development through appropriate use of land and coastal waters; the sustainable use of natural resources; and the protection, conservation and rehabilitation of natural environment. This graded system is called the Environmentally Critical Areas Network or ECAN. It encompasses tribal lands, forests, mines, agricultural areas, settlement areas, small islands, mangrove, coral reefs, seagrass beds and the surrounding sea. The law vested the task of creating and implementing the ECAN on the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD). In pursuit of its mandated duty to make policies, the PCSD promulgated the Administrative Order No. 6 or Guidelines in the Implementation of SEP Clearance System, which require all proposed undertakings in the province of Palawan to have an SEP Clearance from PCSD before application for permits, licenses, patents, grants, or concessions with the relevant government agencies.
Palawan - Partying with locals
 
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Today we will visit a locals be in Puerto Princesa, as well as the Old Market. While at the beach, I am invited to join a Filipino birthday party. Follow me through Palawan, the Philippines' unspoiled treasure. Hit that SUBSCRIBE button! Follow my travels and adventures: https://www.facebook.com/cale.morgan.94 instagram @calemorgan1 Music credits: Chill Guitar Hip Hop Beat WITH HOOK(Up From Here) MASTER (1) Beatz Projekted – Use Me (Original Mix) Ehrling - Palm Trees Ehrling - You And Me Music In You – Sebastien & Boy Tedson Use Me (Original Mix) - Beatz Projekted Music by Ehrling: https://soundcloud.com/ehrling Music byEhrling: @Ehrlingofficial
Views: 2247 Cale Morgan
Mining in the Philippines
 
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Unjust
Views: 60 Kanga Jack
DENR closure order affects 2,000 DENR workers in Dinagat Islands
 
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The debate over the environment department's controversial closure and suspension orders are far from over. In Dinagat Islands, pro and anti-mining groups clash on whether mining operations in the islands should be shut down. - Business Nightly, ANC, February 20, 2017
Views: 1212 ABS-CBN News
Drilling for Water Yield Natural Gas in the Philippines
 
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They dig and drill for water somewhere in Iloilo Province in the Visayas Region, in the Philippines but suprisingly, NATURAL GAS came out.
Views: 133061 Jebee de la Cruz Solis
TV Travel Show visits Palawan
 
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Is the mining Industry reallythe cause of the ills it is claimed to bring ? TV Travel Show hosts Arlan Anzo and JL Asayo fly to Palawan to take on this issue in this 6 minute video
Views: 830 NAC RioTuba
Thousands of trees cut down in Palawan after Gina Lopez DENR exit
 
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A mining firm felled thousands of trees in Brooke's Point town in Palawan province just days after former Environment Secretary Gina Lopez was rejected by the Commission on Appointments, a local official confirmed Thursday. Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
Views: 12132 ABS-CBN News
Giant Statues of Marble in Romblon
 
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Who would have thought that the Philippines would be full of marble... Romblon is a province in Mimaropa that is composed of three islands. The main (yet smallest) island is called the same name as its province... Romblon! Driving around this small island you feel like losing track of time. It is so peaceful, laid back and just awesome! But... You also may begin to feel like you are in "Rome". I could understand if people called it "Rome-Blon" because there is so much Marble!! The island is the breadbasket of marble in the Philippines! It is everywhere! Literally the production just occurs on the side of the one main road circulating the island! This is my experience running around and being mesmerized by all the marble! Super Apir!
Views: 35787 Kyle Jennermann
Biggest Palladium Deposits Found In Philippines
 
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Read full story: http://www.okd2.com/biggest-palladium-deposits-discovered-off-coasts-romblon-negros-panay-islands/ Philippines could be one of the richest countries in Asia, following the discovery of the world’s biggest Palladium reserve off the coasts of Negros, Panay, Mindoro, and Romblon Islands, south of Luzon. NASA, together with USGS, (United States Geological Survey), released a 3-year study report detailing the 8,450 square kilometer palladium deposits lying below the seas of Visayan, Sibuyan, and Tablas Strait. Current biggest producer of Palladium is Russia with 44%, followed by Africa with 40%, and the rest are from Canada and US. If the Philippine government allows foreign investors to dig and mine the palladium deposits, the country can expect around $9.8B a year in net profit, report said. More news at http://thephilippinepride.com
Views: 684886 Pinoy Observer
1st PaBA Cup Finals.
 
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PaBA is Palawan Basketball Association, a basketball league that aims to promote sports and people and community development in the province of Palawan. Its establishment is made possible by Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation, Coral Bay Nickel, Provincial Government of Palawan, City Government of Puerto Princesa and League of Municipalities - Palawan Chapter. It's the first time that a sports event this BIG and prestigious is introduced. Various municipalities in the entire province joined the league and entered their best players in PaBA's first tournament. Local officials and constituents threw their support and eagerly awaited and watched the matches scheduled and played in their jurisdictions. Last night capped the finale of the 1st PaBA games here at the RTN Gymnasium, Rio Tuba. It was a battle between Puerto Princesa South and Bataraza Pines. Last week, the Puerto Princesa-based cagers won over my town's bests (who bagged a twice-to-beat advantage during the semis) in a game played at the modern and spic-and-span Puerto Princesa Coliseum. At last night's Game 2, Puerto South defied Bataraza's home court advantage and duplicated their win, crowning themselves as the league's First Champtionship Title Holders. Puerto Princesa's players took home an eye-catching Championship trophy and whooping cash. They also brought home with them a school building project worth one million pesos for their fellow Puerto Princesans . Proud to be working in a company that can make special and worthwhile events like this happen. via YouTube Capture
Views: 1670 EyomSadongdong
Mines in the Philippines are deadly mud traps. 360 video
 
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Watch "Golden Gamble" on RTD from 5 May: https://rtd.rt.com/films/golden-gamble/ Explore the Philippines’ deadly underwater gold mines. Here, locals dive 30 feet deep into muddy water in the hope of finding gold so they can feed their families. Our crew visited the gold town of Paracale in the coastal province of Camarines Nortes to find out how it works. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/rtd_documentary_channel/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
Views: 4984 RT Documentary
Philippines: Two Tons Of Platinum Discovered - 1995
 
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English/Nat Government officials in the Philippines have uncovered two tons of platinum worth around 26 (m)million US dollars. The hoard is believed to be part of a massive amount of treasure stolen by a Japanese general in World War Two. For decades, treasure hunters have searched for riches rumoured abandoned by retreating Japanese forces at the end of World War II. Now their quest seems to have been vindicated - with the discovery of the supposed Yamashita treasure. According to financial experts, the two-foot, bell-shaped lump of platinum - a metal more valuable than gold - would bring about 26 (m) million dollars on international markets. Tomoyuki Yamashita was the commander of Japanese forces in the Philippines towards the end of World War Two. He was rumoured to have gathered a huge amount of treasure which was buried in 170 locations in the Philippines. Known as the "Tiger of Malaya", he was executed for war crimes in 1946 and treasure seekers have been looking ever since. Government agents seized the platinum Sunday from a villager in Lallo, 250 miles north-east of Manila. Apparently a Japanese treasure hunter found the platinum in 1993 in the sea off Cagayan province, and gave it to the villager for safekeeping. But on his return the villager refused to give it back - so the treasure hunter reported the find to the authorities who have now claimed the precious metal. There is no certainty the treasure is part of the Yamashita hoard but the agent in charge of the operation believes the rumours to be true. SOUNDBITE: Allegedly, the informant in the case was the a son of a Japanese general, during World War Two, and before his father died, he was informed that there were hidden treasures of this kind in the place and he was provided with the necessary map in locating the treasure. SUPER CAPTION: Vincento de Guzman, National Bureau of Investigation By law, such treasures are considered government property. But according to officials, the unfortunate finder will be given a substantial share of the proceeds from its sale. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/566e45b6ec0d9504f585296d6ccba09f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1096486 AP Archive
Philippine mine closures: Environment secretary says mines are polluting water
 
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The Philippine Environment Secretary Gina Lopez has ordered nearly 30 mines to close down or suspend operations because she says they are polluting the country’s waters. CGTN’s Barnaby Lo traveled to the northern Philippine province of Zambales to get a firsthand look and brought us back a special report. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
Views: 178 CGTN
Rape in San Vicente Palawan
 
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A group of media people from the national dailies in the Philippines recently visited the town of San Vicente, Palawan to witness how a mountain is being "raped" by the town's own mayor to satisfy the whims of a foreign investor. Although, the mayor, Antonio Gonzalez, and four others Coron vice mayor Joseph Armstrong Palanca, Busuanga mayor Samuel de Jesus, former Sofronio Española mayor Iber Chou and foreign investor Michael Gleissner were already ordered by the Provincial Mining Regulatory Board (PMRB) to cease and desist from their illegal activities they are still continuously raping the mountain. Gleissner is reportedly building a highend resort. He bought the fishpond of mayor Gonzalez and then illegally excavated a nearby mountain to fill up the hollow portions of the ponds to level them. Recent inspection of the area showed some heavy equipment still operating, hauling and transferring excavated quarry materials which were being dumped in the fishpond in an apparent disregard of the cease and desist order.
Views: 35294 BantayKalikasan
In between Mining and Development. By Eric Tumulak
 
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Dinagat Islands are a group of islands composing a province in the Caraga region. It is one of the newest provinces in the country. Attractive to tourists.The primary sources of income for locals are fishing and farming. The entire island group was declared as mineral reservation.
Views: 259 Comundos
Save Palawan Movement: Brooke's Point
 
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The Mantalingahan mountain range in Southern Palawan is one of the top megadiversity sites in the world. It contains vast tracts of virgin forests, 33 watershed ares, home to known and undiscovered endemic species. Farmers and indgineous people rely rely on this watershed area for their survival. Mining permits have been granted within this protected areas last December 2010 to mining companies without the permission and cooperation of its indigenous and local residents. The "No to Mining" campaign by the Save Palawn Movement aims to raise ten million signatures to deliver a strong message to the Philippine and Palawan governments so that they would finally say no to mining in Palawan and help protect one of the Philippines' last remaining treasures. For more info, visit: www.NO2MininginPalawan.com.
Views: 899 Lopez Link
Ivanhoe Mines Retains Morning Gains; Opposition Grows to New Philippine Exploration
 
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Ivanhoe Mines (IVN,IVN.TO) is up nearly 5%, despite signs of increasing local opposition to block work on the company's proposed new gold, copper and silver mine in Romblom province in the Philippines. The anti-mining resolution was adopted two weeks ago by municipal authorities in Odiongan but posted only this weekend on the website of the Philippine Information Agency, the official communications arm of the Philippine government and President Benigno Aquino III. The resolution urges the Mines and Geosciences Bureau to reject Ivanhoe Philippines Inc's bid for an exploration permit for Tablas Island, stating the island's narrow topography would directly expose residents to the mining operations.
Views: 1098 FinancialNewsOnline
Dinagat Islands Mining Industry, Videos credit to Dinagat Islands Provincial Information Office!
 
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Palace, Cabinet intervene in mine closure, suspension orders Published February 9, 2017 10:35am Updated February 9, 2017 7:12pm The backlash from the controversial closure and suspension orders by Environment and Natural Resources Gina Lopez against supposedly erring mining companies has prompted Malacañang to intervene, backed by the Cabinet, the Palace said in a statement. "Members of the Cabinet have expressed their full support behind President Duterte’s decision to observe due process before implementing a directive of the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to shut down or suspend 28 mining sites across the country," the Palace said. But Lopez made it clear that due process was heeded in the industry-wide audit on mining operations in the country. "I fully support due process and I have followed due process. I can prove it," she said in a text message to GMA News Online. Lopez announced on February 2 the results of a months-long audit by the DENR in which more than half of the large-scale mining operations failed. "The DENR’s move ... has triggered outrage in communities hosting mining sites, as some 195,000 direct and indirect workers and their families, or a total of some 1.2 million people, would be adversely affected by the closure and suspensions of the mine sites," the Palace said. "Malacañang has swiftly moved to calm fears of massive layoffs in communities affected by Lopez’s sudden move to close down or suspend mining operations in 10 provinces across the country, after several Cabinet officials expressed concern over the detrimental impact of her decision, which she had apparently kept to herself and even excluded members of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) team that conducted the audit, as well as the panel that reviewed the audit findings," it said. Industry lobby group Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP), which counts as regular members 26 of the biggest miners in the company, welcomed the latest development. "The Chamber of Mines thanks President Rodrigo Duterte and the Cabinet for deciding to observe due process with regard to the mining issue," the group said in a separate statement. It said the decision by Malacañang and the Cabinet "... gives hope to our mining communities comprised of the many women and men who rely on the industry for their living." The Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC), co-chaired by Lopez and Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III scheduled to discuss the matter further at 3 p.m. Thursday. Former President Benigno Aquino III created MICC under Executive Order No. 79 in 2012, the MICC is mandated to oversee reforms and make miners more socially and environmentally responsible while giving the state a bigger share of mining revenues. "We commit to work closely with government and the Minerals Industry Coordinating Council regarding issues raised to ensure that a fair and just conclusion to the mines audit is reached," COMP said. "We have not wavered in our commitment to continue being significant contributors to nation-building and inclusive growth," it added. COMP earlier this week said the country stands to lose more than P1 trillion of investments should the DENR proceed with its closure order. But Lopez belied such claim, saying most of the money does not benefit the economy. “To whatever they invest, most of the net income goes to them. They get a seven-year tax holiday, and at the end of the mine they can sell all their equipment and keep the money ... So how are we benefitting here?” Lopez said in a text message to GMA News Online. — VDS, GMA News - See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/598896/money/companies/palace-cabinet-intervene-in-mine-closure-suspension-orders#sthash.aPR7PwI5.dpuf
Views: 2948 Benglen Ecleo
Traveling The Philippines (Banaue/Sagada - Bohol - Siquijor - Cebu - Palawan)
 
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In May/June 2016 we had the pleasure of traveling through the Philippines for three weeks. Starting north visiting the rice terraces, island hopping in the visayas (Bohol, Siquijor, Cebu) and finishing in Palawan El Nido. Three weeks packed with memorable moments, the hanging coffins of Sagada, Alona Beach, Kawasan Falls, Nacpan Beach, Tour A and so much more. Enjoy!
Views: 1259 Sander Schoonderbeek
Lakbay Libay - A Mining Documentary
 
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This is a video documenting our trip to Brgy. Lalab, Sibutad, Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines. The purpose of the tour is to see first-hand the rehabilitation process taken by the Philex Mining as a responsibility towards responsible mining and as well as to have a grasp about the small-scale mining operations in the place. No copyright infringement intended.
Views: 281 theartninja14
ORE - Oriental Peninsula Resources Group, Inc. 5th Listing Anniversary @ PSE
 
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Tips Philippine Stock Market : http://tipsphilippinestockmarket.blogspot.com/ Banknote & Coin Collection : http://papercoinage.weebly.com/ Dec. 11, 2012 - The 5th listing anniversary of the Oriental Peninsula Resources Group, Inc.with the stock symbols of ORE, and with some programs and Ring the Bell Ceremony at the Philippine Stock Exchange. Oriental Peninsula Resources Group, Inc. (ORE) was incorporated on April 16, 2007 as a holding company intended primarily to consolidate and operate companies that own mining tenements located within the Philippines. ORE is focused on the mining operations of its subsidiary, Citinickel Mines and Development Corporation (CMDC). Currently, the Company has a 94% equity interest in CMDC, which is the sole claim owner of the Pulot Mine and the Toronto Mine located in the Province of Palawan, namely in the municipalities of Sofronio Espanola and Narra. CMDC is presently collaborating with international affiliates in pursuing the extraction of ore reserves and sustainable development of mineral resources within the widely known Palawan ophiolite zone. My Facebook Add Me : https://www.facebook.com/edw.baynosa My Twitter Follow Me : https://twitter.com/edwbaynosa SUBSCRIBE for more update video : http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=papercoinagevideo
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NARRA, PALAWAN
 
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Hi guys, I'm Roxanne and welcome to my channel! ❤️🌻 We spent three days in Narra, Palawan (Renz's province) and enjoyed the province with his relatives. We explored the seaside, watched as the sun rises, drunk lots of fresh buko juice, ate lots & lots of fresh crabs, swam in bato bato hot spring and estrella falls on the next day, and attended a christening. It was so fun! I became close with some of his relatives and definitely, I'll go back again someday. Sad to say, some of the videos are missing that is why this is just a five minute video. :((( Anyway, I just want to share what I did there so here it goes! Watch it in HD! 🇵🇭 #ItsmorefuninthePhilippines Press the thumbs up button if you like this video & don't forget to subscribe! Much love, Roxanne. 💓 Social Media Accounts: Instagram, Twitter, & Soundcloud: @roksimityyy No copyright infringement intended
Views: 139 Roxanne Arciaga
Province In Mindanao, Agusan Del Sur
 
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Sitting in the center of North Eastern Mindanao the Province of Agusan Del Sur is full of surprises... From beautiful waterfalls, to the famous marsh, to side road bulad... There is a lot to find in this unique landlocked Province. This video is simply a little compilation of my experiences and findings as I adventured around with my scooter "cindy". Agusan Del Sur... Loved it! Super Apir! #BecomingFilipino
Views: 44608 Kyle Jennermann
Romblon: Next Stop | Travel Guide to Romblon, Tablas, and Sibuyan Island (Philippines)
 
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blog: ROMBLON: 8 Awesome Places You Should Visit in Romblon! https://awesm.pl/romblonnextstop Welcome to ROMBLON! The Marble Capital of the Philippines, home to the “Galapagos of Asia” (Sibuyan) and the cleanest river in the Country. Romblon is composed of three major islands that one must visit–Romblon Town, Tablas Island, and Sibuyan Island. The province’s marble is comparable to the world’s best. Trade plays a big role in Romblon’s economy by virtue of its location at the center of the archipelago. The islands are blessed with natural playgrounds such as beaches, rivers, mountains, and diverse eco-systems, which offer tourists many opportunities for adventures like scuba, trekking, and snorkeling. Here’s Team OAP’s Top 8 favorites in their Romblon adventure… 1. Cresta De Gallo Islet (Sibuyan Island) Romblon: Sibuyan Island When asked what’s the most beautiful attraction to see in Romblon, locals would point to Crest De Gallo. A five-hectare kidney-shaped islet located east of Sibuyan Island. Known for its picturesque views, powder white sands and turquoise waters. The island is almost secluded except for one fisher family living there. Romblon: Sibuyan Island I just love how we got the whole island all to ourselves. 2. Marble Shopping Center (Romblon, Romblon) The marble sourced in Romblon, Romblon is at par with the world’s best, with export quality material giving it high value to sculptures and builders around the world. What makes its special is that the Romblon marbles are mature making it very tough, unlike the Bulacan version that has the tendency to break up into small parts. Marble is one of the most sustainable form of mining. The island is blessed with sizable deposits of raw minerals that do not run out because of its inexhaustible supply. They have a lot of variety of marbles such as the black, green, blue, white, Italian white, century and century-cream. But the most expensive are the 100-year-old century and the rare Romblon black (Black Onyx) marbles. The marble shopping center is ther best place to buy intricate marbles ranging from small to big souvenir items. You can find keychains, lamp shades, vases, sculptures and etc here at a low price. For instance, keychains with customized engraving would go for P30, a medium-sized mortar and pestle for only P60, marble lamps for 650, ashtrays for P65 to P85, little buddha sculptures for P750 and beautiful gold century marble vase for P500. 3. Looc Fish Sanctuary (Tablas) The Looc Bay Marine Sanctuary is a protected marine sanctuary in the middle of Looc Bay. It is host to more than a hundred different marine species including different fishes, corals, clams, lobsters, and turtles. It’s one of my most recommended activities when in Tablas! Adults and kids alike will enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and feeding the fishes. For those who don’t enjoy swimming, the floating house features a clear open aquarium at the center where you can feed the fish. 4. Bonbon Beach (Romblon, Romblon) Considered as Romblon’s best and probably most beautiful sandbar. Located just 5km away from Romblon town, the beach is a must-go-to-site when visiting the island, with frequent locals and foreigner visitors alike. Besides its beautiful 2km stretch sand, it’s unique feature is that it connects all the way to uninhabited Bang-ug island. 5. Catingas River (Sibuyan Island) Just 3km away from San Fernando Town is Catingas River considered as one of the cleanest rivers in the country. We loved swimming in it’s cold and clear waters plus there are jump boards for those adventurous enough to try river cliff jumping. Locals say your visit wouldn’t be complete if you don’t jump. There are three levels the lowest is an estimate of 15 feet, 25 feet, and the highest 45 feet. 6. Dagubdub Falls (Sibuyan Island) One of the most visited falls in Sibuyan Island. It consists of 4 beautiful falls with crystal clear natural pools perfect for soaking and cliff diving. It is also famous for the presence of the “pitcher plants” – a plant endemic to the island and very rare to find in the country. Sibuyan There are a lot of unique and endangered plants found only in Sibuyan. One of them is the pitcher plants, a carnivorous plant that feeds on insects that have a pitcher shape feature. I heard you can take some home and plant it in your home. 7. Aglicay Beach Resort (Tablas) Aglicay Beach is one of the first resorts in Romblon. It is closest to the airport with majority of it’s clients being internationals. The shoreline features almost a half-kilometer stretch of white sand. Aglicay’s charm is different from Binucot, because in Binucot there are lots of resorts, but in Aglicay the owner owns the whole cove, so guests can experience a sense of privacy. It is located just south of the town of Alcantara on the east coast of Tablas Island. It takes around 1.5 hours coming from Odiongan with an entrance fee of P100/person.
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Port & Terminal Series - Surigao Nonoc Island (スリガオのノノック島)
 
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Terminal: Nonoc island, Surigao Country: Philippines 海港: ノノック島、スリガオ 國: フィリピン
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President Duterte Visit @ Semirara Island, Caluya, Antique
 
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Here's at Duterte Video Slide Show (no sound)
Tribal council of indigenous people snubs mining application
 
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In a consultation facilitated by NCIP, tribal council of indigenous people snubs mining application
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PHILIPPINES: TRIBES PROTEST AGAINST MINING ON ANCESTRAL LANDS
 
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Tagalog/Nat Tribespeople protesting what they call the destruction of their ancestral lands by mining companies in the Philippines, shaved their heads on Friday during a demonstration in Manila. Four women and around two dozen men went under the razor to underline their demand for the government to put a stop to the deforestation of mountains in Benguet, Cagayan. SUGGESTED VOICE-OVER Outside the Department of Environment and Natural Resources office in Manila, some unexpected visitors. About a hundred tribespeople from the mountains of Benguet, Cagayan, and the island of Mindanao gathered to protest the deforestation of their ancestral lands by mining companies. The demonstration began with a tribal dance just outside the entrance to the building. Other protesters held banners calling for a halt in large-scale mining. In a statement, the protesters said large-scale mining was denuding the primary forests of the mountains. They say this cuts off sources of livelihood and disrupts the food and water supply for many indigenous communities. Many have been forced to move. The tribal groups' campaign against mining was galvanized by a massive mine waste spill in the central Philippines in 1996. To illustrate their point, four women led around two dozen others in having their heads shaved. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) "We shaved our heads because we want to send the message to our government that mining destroys the forest especially the mountains, and its the mountains that give life to us tribal people." SUPER CAPTION: Thelma Gapang, Bagobo tribe Chanting "stop illegal mining", the protesters gathered at the doorstep of the environment building - some holding photos to prove alleged harassment by mining companies and their security. In a statement, the Chamber of Mines said the demands of the protesters were only slogans, designed to obstruct an otherwise legitimate and environmentally responsible undertaking, with the social and economical benefits it brings. The chamber, an association of 25 exploration and mining companies, said destructive mining should be stopped but responsible mining should be encouraged. The chamber said current laws on mining were sufficient and in conjunction with strict monitoring, they ensure that the rights of indigenous peoples and the environment are protected. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/80565eba0f4de53309f7881429c96ad7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Languyan  Tawi-Tawi
 
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The land of mystery and nature at the far south. There are some places that is rarely visited for being too isolated from the Metropolis. Like Languyan Tawi Tawi, located at the front door to Sabah Malaysia. The paradise for bird watchers. It is also home to the undisturbed virgin forests and mysterious " cannot be named" sites often visited by faith healers and traditional doctors for special wishes. 1 hour by speedboat from Bongao, this first class Municipality is fast developing and is geared to being a front door to the BIMP EAGA economic corridor. Fly with us as we inspect some of the projects in this Municipality that is often visited by cinema stars from Metro Manila. This is also home to the Gagandilans- the fierce warriors of the South - and yearly commemorates the bravery and celebrates anually the defense of homeland, for people, faith and land. DPWH ARMM Sec Don together with Tawi2 District Engineer Tony Kamlani, Assistant District Engineer Martin D. Maing, Assemblyman Romel Matba, Head of the Tawi-Tawi Civil Society Organization Arlene Sevilla, Quality Control Head Yahiya Abdulcalim and Languyan Municipal Engineer conducts inspection of DPWH ARMM Projects in Languyan, Tawi Tawi. The projects visited includes the Tawi-Tawi Circumferential Road that will connect the Languyan Municipality to the main town of Bongao so locals no longer need to wait for ships or ride costly speedboats to visit the island. The locals composing of 33, 494 living in 20 barangays can now have better access to hospitals, schools, market and the Poblacion. It will also pave way for easy transport of goods and will help develop commercial and business activities due to shorter travel time.
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Failed NPA attack at Mawab 16 Jan 2012 (WARNING: GRAPHIC)
 
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4 Philippine Army Soldiers vs 20 NPAs. This happened in my battalion, 66IB in Mawab. Compostela Valley Province 2012. I was not the commander at the time. 20 NPAs vs 4 Army troopers. We were forewarned of the enemy attack so the night before, members of the detachment were replaced by battle hardened veterans but maintained the 4 man strength so as not to arouse suspicion that may prompt the enemy to call off their plan. Two K3 Squad automatic weapons were aimed at the entrance. and they waited for the NPAs to join the party. Nearby, a V-150 was on standby and arrived within minutes. 6 NPAs died, most of those who escaped were mortally wounded. 16 January 2012. Mawab COMVAL. This is the price of their misadventure.
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The Real Price of Gold: Child Labour in Small-Scale Mining
 
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This video takes a look at children, mostly boys, working in small-scale gold mines. These children are put at risk of many hazards, among them workplace accidents, poor health conditions associated with exposure to mercury and acids, and inadequate nutrition and time for studying.
Libjo, DInagat Islands - CARAGA, Philippines
 
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Discover PALAWAN version of CARAGA!!! The stunning Libjo, Dinagat Islands - Philippines Thanks for watching
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Palawan No to Coal Fired Power Plant. HELP PLEASE.
 
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D.M.Consunji, Inc. (DMCI) is a giant corporation wanting to burn his coal mined that he cannot sell in a coal fired power plant right beside the Western Philippines University in the province of Palawan Philippines where the whole local government of the province is trying to railroad the opposition with all of their money and power. the coal to be used is mercury saturated coal which can kill many people. WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!!
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Romblon Philippines 2009 part 1 of 3
 
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Romblon, Romblon Philippines. The Marble Island. 1 of 3 videos. Romblon Province is the eco tourism destination for its unspoiled beauty and lack of development. Family oriented, relaxing and clean- the essence of the Philippine way of life. Nature, family and the love of God are very much alive in Romblon. Romblon has many skilled stone carvers of high quality marble.
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