'Eco-rangers' train at Naujan Lake
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Did you know that the science of climate change start with the sun? What have you done for the planet today? These are two of the questions I’ve encountered during my four-day “Eco-Ranger Training Workshop” last year at Benilda ng Bancuro, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro. The seminar, conducted by Haribon Foundation, DENR-USAID Biodiversity & Watersheds Improved for Stronger Economy & Ecosystem Resilience (B+WISER), aims for the conservation and protection of the 14,568-hectare Naujan Lake National Park (NLNP)—the fifth largest lake in the Philippines and designated by RAMSAR Site as “Wetland of International Importance.”
Franco-Abanador, R. R. (2015, January 13). 'Eco-rangers' train at Naujan Lake. The Manila Times, p. B8.
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Environmental protection; Climatic changes; Training; Conferences; Nature conservation; Ecosystems; Biodiversity; Watersheds; Environments; Geothermal energy; Hydroelectric power; Socioeconomic aspects; Ecological balance; Global warming; Environmental legislation; Stewardship; Sustainable development; Haribon Foundation; DENR-USAID Biodiversity & Watersheds Improved for Stronger Economy & Ecosystem Resilience (B+WISER); RAMSAR Site; Leuteboro National High School; United States Agency for International Development (USAID); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Cruzat, Charles; Buela, Angelie; Cruzado, Zandre
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