Daluhay has been directly involved with the development of bioregional education programming for several years. Currently we are working with the national Philippine organization Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) on a skills-based approach to the coastal needs for the country. Our emphasis in 2017 is on skills that are aligned with local Paraprofessional Ecohealth Practitioners (Anabieza et al 2010) or fisherfolk Marine Protected Area Managers, such as Pamanaka Sa Pilipinas (http://pamana.50webs.com). Daluhay also continues to work with representatives from the Philippine State Universities and College (SUC) to consider the best path forward to maximize preparedness for climate change, contribute to sustainability action and mitigate poverty. Initial collaboration resulted in an assessment of the marine education status for the Northern Philippine Sea (Pajaro et al. 2013a). Note: please see the Publications tab for these articles.