Publications

DALUHAY‘s projects are not about research, but rather about Action Research – trying to contribute towards positive change in the human approach to managing a planet that is in itself undergoing huge changes. We want to contribute to sustainability of communities, ecosystems and planet earth.

Below are links that you click on to read some of our recent papers. In summary, DALUHAY is focused on building priority programs for sustainability, for the Philippines, the Canadian Arctic and in other settings where people are directly dependent upon resources. We support the concept of sustainable development that includes people and the environment. We sometimes get involved on specific topics such as water security, however our primary thrust in the Tropics is in the areas of cultural and biodiversity conservation improvement as well as building an understanding of programs gaps requiring specific focus within education systems. DALUHAY identifies with the inherent ecocentric values of Indigenous Peoples and advocates for their legal and international rights regarding the development of programs to protect those values and their cultures. Considering culture, DALUHAY believes there is a need to break down the traditional disciplines and program so as to facilitate problem-based learning that encompasses the Arts and Science through Ecohealth and other trans-disciplinary approaches.


ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

Actualization of environmental justice for Indigenous Peoples:
How the Philippine-Egongot Tribe stands up for Sustainability and Food Security
Kittel, I , Watts, P. and Pajaro, M (2020)


COASTAL NUTRITION

Maternal Indigenous and Artisanal Coastal Nutrition, the SDG Imperative:
A Suggested Renaissance of Ethics for Research and Tertiary Education in the Anthropocene Era
Watts, P. (2019)

ETHNOECOLOGY

Sustainable development of Philippine coastal resources: Subsidiarity in
ethnoecology through inclusive participatory education
Ayala, J. et al. (2016)

MARINE BIODIVERSITY

Integrating marine biodiversity through Philippine local development plans
Raquino et al. (2015)

LAKE WINNIPEG BASIN

Lake Winnipeg Basin: Advocacy, challenges and progress for sustainable phosphorus
and eutrophication control
Ulrich et al. (2015)

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

The Canadian Arctic Marine Ecological Footprint and Free Prior Informed Consent:
Making the Case for Indigenous Public Participation through Inclusive Education
Koutouki et al. (2015)

EDUCATION POLICY ON HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT

A Yin-Yang approach to education policy regarding health and the environment:
early-careerists’ image of the future and priority programmes
Watts, et al. (2015)

COASTAL ECOHEALTH

Collaborative Philippine-Canadian Action Cycles for Strategic International Coastal Ecohealth
Watts & Pajaro (2014)

BIOREGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION STRATEGY

The Northern Philippine Sea:
A Bioregional Development Communication Strategy
Pajaro et al. (2013)

MUNICIPAL ACTION PLAN FOR COASTAL SAN LUIS

Strategic and challenge driven municipal action for remote
Philippine coastal San Luis communities
Pajaro, et al. (2013)b