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No to Mining in Palawan Signature Campaign

4 June 2011 7 Comments

A signature campaign was started on February 3rd, 2011 against mining activities in Palawan, one of the strongholds of biodiversity in the Philippines. The Save Palawan Movement aims to gather 10 million signatures and is dedicated to the memory of  Dr. Gerardo “Doc Gerry” Ortega, a wildlife veterenarian, radio broadcaster and environmentalist whose murder early this year may have been related to his outspoken crusade against the industry because of the environmental damage it causes.

“We jail people for killing one or two persons. How about institutions or people that ravage the environment and cause the death of hundreds or thousands? The floods of Palawan are absolutely due to mining – due to the denudation of forests.” – Doc Gerry Ortega

You can sign the petition and learn more about the campaign here: NO TO MINING IN PALAWAN


  • The JACK said:

    I signed and voted…

  • alexander said:

    Save Palawan ‘No to Mining’

  • Andy Phil said:

    Well, it’s my great pleasure to read about the mining activities in Palawan….. I think the steps for Saves the Palawan Movement is a great movement of the people in the Philippines. Truly I appreciate your positive steps :)



  • Smith Poul said:

    Thanks for letting us know about No to Mining in Palawan Signature Campaign. I’m pretty much satisfied to learn this educative blog post. Thanks once more time.

  • Roddy said:

    That’s an effective signature campaign against mining activities in Palawan. I think this campaign should keep as long as possible. Thanks mate :)

  • Andrew Hussey said:

    Great informative blog post. I’ve just able to know about Dr. Gerardo killed event and reason. Its really a sad news for all of us. Thanks mate :)

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