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Catanduanes Peace and OrderPENRO, LGU CATANDUANES STRENGTHEN PEACE AND ORDER. The Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) of Catanduanes headed by PENR Officer Imelda D. Baltazar participated in the conduct of the Provincial Peace and Order Council Committee meeting held at the Conference Hall, Governor’s Office, Province of Catanduanes. Updates on the fund utilization for CY 2021 Peace and Order Programs, Approval of Authority to Release Confidential Fund for CY 2022, and major accomplishments relative to the peace and order activities in the province as well as the status of insurgency were presented and discussed during the meeting. It was participated in by the members of the Peace and Order Committee, heads/representatives of other National Government Agencies (NGAs), law enforcers and other stakeholders. (with report from PENRO Catanduanes)

As a Covid-19 response measure and to protect the health of its employees, the Management Services (MS) Division led by Chief Ma. Juliet S. Araojo with the support of the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) of Catanduanes headed by PENR Officer Imelda D. Baltazar, recently distributed Vitamin C tablets to all its personnel. PENRO Baltazar said that every employee was given thirty (30) tablets of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) to serve as their daily dose of protection against common cold and other immune system deficiencies. “With the continuous threat of the pandemic, the Office deems it necessary that all our employees be protected from this dreaded virus through strengthening of their immune system,” PENRO Baltazar said. (with report from PENRO Catanduanes)

The Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) of Catanduanes headed by PENR Officer Imelda D. Baltazar participated in the conduct of the Provincial Peace and Order Council Committee meeting held at the Conference Hall, Governor’s Office, Province of Catanduanes. Updates on the fund utilization for CY 2021 Peace and Order Programs, Approval of Authority to Release Confidential Fund for CY 2022, and major accomplishments relative to the peace and order activities in the province as well as the status of insurgency were presented and discussed during the meeting. It was participated in by the members of the Peace and Order Committee, heads/representatives of other National Government Agencies (NGAs), law enforcers and other stakeholders. (with report from PENRO Catanduanes)

 

 

Press Release ENR Basic Course Jan 2022

DENR BICOL CONDUCTS 5TH ENR BASIC COURSE PROGRAM. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) V through its Management Services (MS) headed by Assistant Regional Director (ARD) for MS Grace L. Cariño, Ph.D conducted the webinar on Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) Basic Course Program on January 24 to 28, 2022. Some thirty-three (33) employees from the DENR V Regional and Field Offices including the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) V and the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) V graduated in the 5th ENR Basic Course Program. The ENR Basic Course aims to capacitate DENR employees by maximizing their strengths and minimizing their weaknesses in terms of enhancing work commitment and ethical standards to boost the positive character of the Department in basic aspects of knowledge and sense of responsibility.

 

 

Photo Release Bato CS Feb 2022

106 OLIVE RIDELY HATCHLINGS RELEASED IN BATO, CAMARINES SUR. A total of 106 Olive Ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) hatchlings were recently released to the shores of Barangay Payak in Bato, Camarines Sur.  The release was spearheaded by the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) Iriga headed by OIC, CENR Officer Nestor Franz A. Fortuno, the Barangay Council headed by Punong Barangay Virginia Saylago and Bantay Dagat personnel. Under Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Administrative Order (DAO) No. 2019-09 titled, “Updated National List of Threatened Philippine Fauna and their Categories”, the marine turtle species are considered endangered. Likewise, all wildlife in the Philippines are protected under Republic Act No. 9147, otherwise known as the "Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act".The DENR V continuously calls on the public to report such incidents and turnover any wildlife to proper authorities for proper handling and release to its natural habitat. Continuous CEPA campaigns are being conducted by the DENR, which have caused increasing numbers of public turn overs to the office. (With report from CENRO Iriga)