Save the reefs to avert further destruction
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Filipinos all over the country are urged to join hands to save and protect the reefs to avert subsequent destruction. Reefs are known to help protect shorelines from waves and storms that cause flooding and erosion, support commercial and subsistence fisheries and are home to a thriving recreation and tourism industry. The Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources also Filipinos to help protect the reefs against dynamite fishing, overfishing, ill-planned coastal development as well as pollution.
Crismundo, M. (2015, June 4). Save the reefs to avert further destruction. Manila Bulletin, p. B-9.
Coral reef conservation; Coral reef restoration; Commercial fishing; Subsistence fisheries; Ecotourism; Explosive fishing; Overfishing; Coastal zone management; Pollution; Man-induced effects; Environmental protection; Coral; Coral reefs; Reefs; Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region XIII; Tamayo, Nonito
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