Community turns up to help rehabilitate mangrove
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A mangrove planting activity was held last June at Palina Greenbelt Ecopark in Barangay Cagay, participated by volunteers from Shell Culasi depot, Shell Lapus terminal, Shell Roxas station, Roxas city local government unit, and shell's implementing partner, the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP). With approximately 105,000 mangroves planted, the target survival rate is 85 percent. PDRF, through PBSP, will monitor the growth of the mangroves.
Community turns up to help rehabilitate mangrove. (2016, September 8). Manila Bulletin, p. B8.
Mangrove restoration; Coastal zone management; Financing; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Fishers; Survival; Environmental monitoring; Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP); Philippine Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC); Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF); Shell Culasi; Shell Lapus terminal; Shell Roxas station; Philippine Shell Foundation Inc. (PSFI); Garrido, Belinda
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