24 May, 2019

Indigenous Perspectives (Vol. 10, 2012): On the Baguio Urban Ecosystem

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Journal 2012

This volume of Indigenous Perspectives aims to provide an overview, facts and figures, and analysis of the Baguio urban ecosystem, to address gaps in our knowledge and provide a systematic and deeper understanding on the subject. We hope that this will be used by the growing number of citizens who are taking an interest in the health of city they live in.


Contents

Introduction

BAGUIO’S URBAN ECOSYSTEM: A SCOPING STUDY

By Maria Lorena C. Cleto and Joaquin K. Cariño

I. Introduction

Background of the Study

Objective of the Study

Methodology

II. Situationer

History

Baguio’s Urban Ecosystem

III. The Planning Process and Management of Baguio’s Urban Ecosystem

The Planning Process at the City Level

The Planning Process at the Community Level

Local Communities and the Management of Baguio’s Environment

Baguio’s indigenous Peoples and the Planning and Implementation of Environmental Plans and Policies

IV. Special Topic: Ibaloi Heritage Values

Role of the Ibaloi in the Development of Baguio

Baguio Old-Timers

Igorot Settlers

Baguio’s Local Government

The Baguio Ibaloi Struggle for Ancestral Lands

Ibaloi Unity

Lessons Learned

Way Forward

Regional Autonomy and Native Title

V. Conclusions and Recommendations

Summary of Findings and Analyses, Major Issues

Recommendations

Bibliography

 

WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE URBAN ECOSYSTEM: 

THE CASE OF BAGUIO CITY AND THE MUNICIPALITY OF LA TRINIDAD

By Maria Lorena C. Cleto

I. Background

II. Objectives of the Study

III. Methodology

The Study Areas

Data Collection

IV. Results and Discussion

Waste Management and the Ecosystem Approach

Waste Generation and Management Strategies in the Study Areas

Baguio City - Solid Waste Management

Baguio City - Liquid Waste Management

Municipality of La Trinidad - Solid Waste Management

Municipality of La Trinidad - Liquid Waste Management

V. Conclusion and Recommendations

Major Waste Management Issues

Potential Applications of the Ecosystem Approach

The Appropriate Scale of Application

Issues of Time

Bibliography

 

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