LGU asked to protect Coron's environment
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The Social Action Center of Apostolic Vicariate of Taytay, Palawan, has urged the local government to strengthen its laws to protect the island of Coron from environmental degradation. Father Ed Pariño, Social Action Director of the diocese, said local officials of Coron and other areas in Palawan should be very cautious on what is happening in Boracay. He said that as early as possible the people, not only in Palawan but in other areas of the country, should start protecting the environment and help preserve the nation’s beautiful islands, by not throwing garbage and polluting seas.
LGU asked to protect Coron's environment. (2018, March 22). The Manila Times, p. B5.
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