Yap cites need to protect Coral Triangle
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The partnership between the government and the private sector and the pursuit of innovations in climate change adaptations is meant to protect the Coral Triangle and ensure its diversity and sustainability for some 350 million people. Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap says the Coral Triangle is home to a majority of the world's known coral reefs and species as well to more than 350 million inhabitants combined in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Timor Leste that form its border.
Yap cites need to protect Coral Triangle. (2010, February 11). Malaya Business Insight, p. D4.
Coral; Coral reef conservation; Coral reefs; Governments; Sustainability; Food security; Livelihoods; Biodiversity; World Wildlife Fund (WWF); International Seafood Sustainability Foundation; Conservation International; The Nature Conservancy; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC); Yap, Arthur; Arroyo, Gloria
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