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The following maps were produced by the Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Priority-setting Program (PBCPP). This program ‘mobilized over 300 local and international scientists from more than 100 institutions from the government, the NGO community, the academia, the people’s organizations, donor communities, and the private sector’. It held regional consultation ‘where local experts validated preliminary data gathered’ and a follow up national consultation with ‘more than 200 experts from 70 institutions’. The outcome of this extensive and valuable exercise was published in the Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Priorities ‘A Continuing Challenge for the Filipino Peoples, A Second Iteration of the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan, Final Report’.