- Habitat loss and deforestation are the major causes of population decline and endangerment of amphibians in the Philippines.
- A vast majority of amphibians occupy regions that are increasingly being used for residential and urban development. As a result, vast portions of natural rainforest habitats are lost to make way for housing and infrastructure.
- Illegal logging also contributes to reducing the tiny portion of natural forest cover that is available for amphibians.
- Amphibians in the Philippines face habitat degradation due to agricultural practices such as freshwater aquaculture and livestock farming.
- Pollution, especially by industrial, military, agricultural and forestry effluents has further contributed to the decline of amphibian populations
- Climate change and temperature extremes affect frogs inhabiting high-altitude ecosystems where global warming and temperature increases are most prevalent, leading to the decline or disappearance of some native species.
- Many species are likely to go extinct due to the effects of introduced species.
- Measures taken to protect habitats and key resources of amphibians.
- Land and water management techniques modified to minimize the impact on amphibians.
- Education and awareness on amphibians.
- Ensuring compliance and enforcement of law and policy at a national level.
- National parks have been set up to cover 11% of the total land area which will afford protection to many of the critical amphibian habitats.