Together, we can let the future take root.

BINHI Greening Legacy

Energy Development Corporation’s BINHI program collaborates with the country’s top foresters, botanists, taxonomist, conservationists, and wildlife biologists to reforest degraded watersheds and rescue, secure, and mainstream the 96 most threatened Philippine native tree species.

BINHI’s forest and biodiversity conservation initiatives aim to protect, conserve, and maintain the integrity of habitats and diverse ecosystems that thrive within EDC’s geothermal and wind project sites and throughout the rest of the Philippines.

Together,
we can let the future take root.

BINHI Greening Legacy

Energy Development Corporation’s BINHI program collaborates with the country’s top foresters, botanists, taxonomist, conservationists, and wildlife biologists to reforest degraded watersheds and rescue, secure, and mainstream the 96 most threatened Philippine native tree species.

BINHI’s forest and biodiversity conservation initiatives aim to protect, conserve, and maintain the integrity of habitats and diverse ecosystems that thrive within EDC’s geothermal and wind project sites and throughout the rest of the Philippines.

BINHI Greening Legacy

Energy Development Corporation’s BINHI program collaborates with the country’s top foresters, botanists, taxonomist, conservationists, and wildlife biologists to reforest degraded watersheds and rescue, secure, and mainstream the 96 most threatened Philippine native tree species.

BINHI’s forest and biodiversity conservation initiatives aim to protect, conserve, and maintain the integrity of habitats and diverse ecosystems that thrive within EDC’s geothermal and wind project sites and throughout the rest of the Philippines.

Together,
we can let the future take root.

BINHI Greening Legacy

Energy Development Corporation’s BINHI program collaborates with the country’s top foresters, botanists, taxonomist, conservationists, and wildlife biologists to reforest degraded watersheds and rescue, secure, and mainstream the 96 most threatened Philippine native tree species.

BINHI’s forest and biodiversity conservation initiatives aim to protect, conserve, and maintain the integrity of habitats and diverse ecosystems that thrive within EDC’s geothermal and wind project sites and throughout the rest of the Philippines.
BMGP Host EDC Site

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BMGP Host EDC Site

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