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Palawan Environmental Enforcement Museum

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Enforcement of environmental is the key!

This non-government organization PNNI - Palawan NGO Network Inc. set up this group to enforce... read more

Reviewed 5 April 2018
Davao City, Philippines
Compelling look into struggle over Palawan's resources

This impromptu museum is situated in and around the offices of the Palawan NGO Network, an... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2016
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
| Manalo Extension cor. Gabinete Road Intersection, Puerto Princesa, Palawan Island 5300, Philippines
+63 48 433 5525
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Reviewed 28 September 2018

I walk past here everyday and each month there are more and more chainsaws that have been confiscated from illegal loggers. There is a high tower of them. There are also confiscated vehicles, boats and trikes,. Used to be free but now there is a...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank palawanismyhome
Reviewed 5 April 2018

This non-government organization PNNI - Palawan NGO Network Inc. set up this group to enforce environmental laws. They can only do citizens arrest to people they catch using chainsaws without permits... imagine 1 chainsaw can cut down 20 trees a day, so for these group...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Loislim
Reviewed 21 July 2016

This impromptu museum is situated in and around the offices of the Palawan NGO Network, an organization that has been working on behalf of social and environmental justice in Palawan since 1991. In recent years, PNNI staff and volunteers have confiscated an astonishing array of...More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank madtown37
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

A great place to pop in if you're visiting Puerto Princesa and a good cause to support. The people working there confiscate tools, such as chainsaws, from people who are damaging the environment through illegal activity like logging. The tour is short but informative. The...More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank Holly W
Reviewed 14 May 2016 via mobile

It was very educational. The entrance fee is just 20php per person very budget friendly but is donated to the community.

Date of experience: May 2016
Thank Reyzee I
Reviewed 4 March 2016 via mobile

If you find yourself with a spare 30 minutes you must go to this place. It is a small, almost entirely self-funded organisation dedicated to protecting Palawan's natural resources, wildlife and beauty. They can tell you lots of stories about the illegal logging, hunting/ fishing...More

Date of experience: March 2016
Thank Nick D
Reviewed 23 October 2015

This is not exactly a museum; it is a museum only by chance. The main objective of this place is to store the confiscated tools (boats, chainsaws, cyanide, etc.) used to poach endangered species, log illegally in Palawan's rainforests, and transport giant sea turtles and...More

Date of experience: April 2015
Thank redhotchili09
Reviewed 10 September 2015

So many tourists to the Philippines focus on visiting the beautiful natural sites, of which there are countless, to be sure. But little attention is paid to learning about the efforts of those people like the staff at the Environmental Enforcement Museum who do everything...More

Date of experience: September 2015
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