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Puerto Princesa City, the Philippines: Indigenous rangers, government agency officials, and NGO workers in Palawan have been upskilled to protect threatened forest turtle species from poaching through the use of microchipping, a technology used to help identify if wildlife has been trafficked. Funded by the National Geographic Society, the full-day workshop demonstration was held at the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (PWRCC) in Puerto Princesa City. Organizer Centre for Sustainability PH (CS) emphasized how the application of microchipping technology can help forest frontliners combat poaching of turtles and other wildlife in Palawan, a global biodiversity hotspot. “Putting simple technologies…
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