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MEP-EP6 (Emergency Episode)
Topic: Save Northern Negros Natural Park
Guest: Jedd Left Hander
In Solidarity to FNB Bacolod, Green Alert Network at sa NNNP!
NNNP: OUR LAST FRONTIER
A protected forest area. The ancestral domain of the Ata-Negrito tribe. Negros Occidental's largest watershed. A biodiversity conservation site.
The natural habitat of the Visayan spotted deer, Negros bleeding-heart pigeon, Visayan leopard cat, endemic and endangered bird species, hardwood trees, Almaciga trees, wild orchids, herbs, and so much more.
Home of the people.
Any mention of the Northern Negros Natural Park (NNNP) lately has always been closely interrelated with issues of environmental destruction. Illegal structures, unsustainable tourism, land-grabbing, and road construction projects. The list could go on and on. After all, something so majestic cannot be hidden in quiet silence.
We have seen its beauty and did with it what humans always do: destroy it in the name of "progress", "development", and money.
But it doesn't have to be that way. Real development does not have to come at the expense of the Earth. Real progress does not leave behind people and communities.
In the forests of Negros, we count our riches by the number of the living birds, the strength of the flourishing trees, and the calming sound of the raging rivers.
In the forests of Negros, our last frontier, we will never tire in standing together for its protection.
-Negros Environmental Watch
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