Chairman

 

DENR Sec. Ramon Paje

 

President

 

Atty. Felix J. Mariñas, Jr.

President

 

Cebu City Properties

Memorandum of Agreement

     NRDC held the signing of Memorandum of Agreement ...

NRDC President

NRDC President Atty. Felix J. Mariñas, Jr. conducted ocular inspecti...

Atty. Felix J. Mariñas, Jr

NRDC President Atty. Felix J. Mariñas, Jr. graced the inauguration o...

DENR Region 10

NRDC, led by Atty. Felix J. Mariñas, Jr.,  conducted ocular ins...

Board of Directors

The Natural Resources Development Corporation (NRDC) Board of Director...

Welcome to NRDC!

The Natural Resources Development Corporation (NRDC) is a government-owned and controlled corporation attached to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. It is mandated to promote investments in natural resource-based industries by providing financial, technical and management assistance.

Since its creation in 1982, NRDC has been involved in projects like reforestation, management and disposition of lahar materials, mining, development of patrimonial properties and fund management for EIA RC.


Core Functions

Based on Executive Order 786 (1982)
Responsible for promoting natural resources development and conservation through involvement in pioneering and potentially viable production and marketing ventures or projects using new innovative technologies, systems, and strategies such as but not limited to stumpage sales systems, industrial forest plantations, and logging operations provided, however, that activities which compete with the private sector shall be avoided except in specific cases where the expected revenues of NRDC are earmarked for financing specific development projects such as establishment of industrial tree plantations and agro-forestry farms and assistance to small- scale miners.

Based on Executive Order No. 192 (1986)

Responsible primarily for promoting natural resources development and conservation through:
Direct involvement in pioneering but potentially viable production, use, and marketing ventures or projects using new/innovative technologies, systems, and strategies such as but not limited to stumpage sale system, industrial forest plantations or logging operations, rattan tissue culture, provided, however, that activities which compete with private sector shall be avoided except in specific cases were the revenue of NRDC are earmarked for a specific local developmental or social service.
Financing natural resources development projects undertaken by the private sector such as establishing industrial tree plantations, agro-forestry, small scale mining and retooling of the natural resources based processing industries to improve their efficiency and competitiveness; to discharge these functions effectively, it is hereby authorized to generate funds through debt instruments from various sources, and innovative income-generating strategies.


 

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