‘Eco-terrorism victimizes butanding’
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The New York-based Royal Carribean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) launched last Monday a global partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-Philippines to promote what they chose to support as the most environmentally sustainable tourism program in our country. The luxury cruise travel giant has chosen Donsol. Now known as the “whale shark capital of the world,” the once fifth-class municipality – the lowest classification of towns in terms of economic development – Donsol in Sorsogon has been turned into a bustling eco-tourism site.
Villanueva, M. A. (2016, January 27). ‘Eco-terrorism victimizes butanding’. Philippine Star, p. 13.
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Ecotourism; Economics; Marine fish; Environmental impact; Plankton; Biodiversity; Cruises; Environmental degradation; Climatic changes; Environmental protection; Financing; Development projects; Governments; Private sector; Royal Carribean Cruises Ltd. (RCL); Department of Tourism (DOT); World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-Philippines; Regional Development Council (RDC); Bicol Regional Development Council (RDC); Fain, Richard; Palma, Jose Angelito; Roberts, Carter; Salceda, Joey
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