FOOD

By 2050, we will have two billion more people to feed. However, we are currently using the resources that one and a half planets can provide. We are operating at an ecological deficit, and failure to safeguard our natural resources has potentially disastrous implications for the world food security. WWF-Philippines spearheads local solutions to help Filipinos produce more with less. Find out more about our programs and join our efforts to secure food sources of the future, today.

Sustainable Tuna

Tuna fisheries support the livelihood of thousands of small-scale

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The Sustainable Diner

The food service industry accounts for a substantial share

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Tubbataha Reefs

Nestled at the heart of the Central Sulu Sea are the Tubbataha Reefs, which host the country's most biologically-diverse and productive reef complexes.

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Live Reef Food Fish Trade

Reef fish are caught and kept alive until the moment they are cooked in a restaurant or hotel.

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Climate-Proofing Agricultural Landscapes

Implementing a landscape approach to managing the

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Apo Reef

Being the largest atoll-like reef in the Philippines and the second largest non-contiguous reef on Earth.

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Davao Gulf

One of the richest national zones for fish production.

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Aborlan in Palawan

Rebuilding fish stocks of the Coral Triangle by changing the way people view protected areas.

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Sustainable Fisheries for Malampaya

Situated south of Palawan’s El Nido and North of the

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