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Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022

legislation type Executive
Passed in 2017
The Philippine Development Plan (PDP) is the first medium-term plan anchored on the AmBisyonNatin2040 (25-year long-term vision). The plan has three pillars: 1) enhancing the country's social fabric; 2) reducing inequality; 3) increasing potential growth. 

In this view, one of the targets of the plan is to ensure ecological integrity and improve socio-economic conditions of resource-based communities through sustainable integrated area development. The strategies of the pan for an ecological integrity are the following: 1) sustain biodiversity and functioning of ecosystem services, the forest cover will be increased and the quality of coastal and marine habitats will be improved; 2) improved environmental quality will be assessed using quality standards for air, water and soil; 3) for increased adaptive capacity and resilience of the ecosystem, a resilience index will be developed using existing technical studies.


from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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