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eam Bintuwak with local artisans, multi-stakeholders and newly-founded Kinaiya it Kailayahan Climate Advocates of Nabaoy (KKCAN) during the conduct of Bugae Kinaiya event.

The Climate Reality Project Philippines’ Manila Bulletin column “Eleventh Hour” featured Team Bintuwak, a team of environmental advocates and marine biology researchers in Malay, Aklan, and their “Kinaiya it Kailayahan” campaign.

“Kinaiya it Kailayahan” focuses on the role of indigenous knowledge, systems and practices (IKSP) in riverine conservation.

Team Bintuwak is composed of Ronald R. Maliao, Ritchel C. Cahilig, Beverly T. Jaspe, and Richard R. Cahilig. The team is one of the recipients of the Umalohokan Grants under the OML Center’s Balangay Media Project.

The Climate Reality Project Philippines is a media partner of the 2021 Balangay Media Project. Read “Traditional knowledge is a common thread that runs through climate action and resilience building” on the Manila Bulletin website.

Read more information on Team Bintuwak’s participation in the Balangay Media Project.