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PHILIPPINE FOREST FRONTIERS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE 1987 CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS AND THAT OF PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO.

705 VIS--VIS THE DEMAND FOR RAW MATERIALS

A LEGAL RESEARCH PRESENTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF LAW AQUINAS UNIVERSITY OF LEGAZPI

IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF LAWS

By: Cardinal, Michelle P. Espares, Adrienne O. March 2013

Table of Contents Table of Contents List of Tables List of Graphs Acknowledgement Chapter I The Problem and Its Setting 1 14 14 15 17 i iv iv v

Introduction Statement of the Problem Scope and Delimitation Significance of the Study Definition of Terms Chapter II Review of Related Literature and Studies

Related Literature A. Foreign Literature B. Local Literature Related Studies Theoretical Paradigm of the Study Theoretical Framework Conceptual Paradigm of the Study Conceptual Framework Chapter III Research Design and Procedure Research Method
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Sources of Data Research Procedure Chapter IV Philippine Forest Frontier Chapter V Summary, Findings, Conclusions, Recommendations

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Summary Findings Conclusions Recommendations Appendix

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Presidential Decree No. 705 (Revised Forestry Code of the Philippines)

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List of Tables Table 1. Forest Area in Asia and the Pacific, 1990-2010 Table 2. Comparison of 1984 and 1994 Exports of Logs and Wood-Based Products (Value in 000 US Dollars) Table 3.1. Production of Major Forest Products (2008 Final Report) Table 3.2. Production of Major Forest Products (2009 Final Report) Table 3.3. Production of Major Forest Products (2010 Final Report) Table 3.4. Production of Major Forest Products (2011 Final Report) Table 3.5. Production of Major Forest Products (2012 Final Report) List of Graphs Figure 1. State of the Worlds Forests 2011Sub-regional Breakdown 24 Figure 2. Production, Export and Import of Major Forest Products: 1986-2009 (Volume in thousand cubic meters) 2.1. Log 2.2. Lumber 2.3. Plywood 2.4. Veneer Figure 3. Top Ten Forest-Based Products Exports: 2009 Figure 4. Unit Value of Exported Log and Processed Forest Products: 1975-2009 39 39 40 40 41 42 34 35 36 37 38 25 32

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Acknowledgement

This humble legal research would not have been feasible without the support and guidance of our mentors and acquaintances in the law school. It is only fitting therefore to recognize their roles and contributions. To Atty. Madonna Gay L. Escio for imparting her knowledge to make this research a more prolific output. To Prosecutor Dominador Barrameda and Atty. Dane Ani in sharing their time and expertise in order to make this research a more valuable contribution in the legal field. To their friends and families for extending their understanding and time so as to allow the researchers to freely conduct and organize this manuscript. And most of all, to the Almighty for giving the researchers the strength and wisdom in the pursuit of this study. Thank you very much.

To God Be All The Glory.

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