Save our fish
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After a year-long joint effort amongst a group of hotels, restaurants, retailers, and NGOs, the campaign for sustainable seafood still has a long way to go. Vince Cinches, the Greenpeace Philippines Oceans Campaigner for Southeast Asia, expressed his concerns on the heavy exploitation and over fishing in the country during the press launch of the 2017 Sustainable Seafood Week on Jan. 16 at the Mariott Hotel. He cited a report from the Bureau of Fisheries and Agrarian Reform in 2016 which said 10 out of 13 fishing grounds in the Philippines are endangered.
Save our Fish. (2017, February 09). Business World, p. S2/9.
Archipelagoes; Sustainable fishing; Seafood; Exploitation; Overfishing; Fishing grounds; Poverty alleviation; Fishery industry; Consumers; Illegal fishing; Fishery protection; Conferences; Greenpeace Philippines Oceans Campaigner for Southeast Asia; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Meliomar Inc.; Hyatt City of Dreams Manila; Marco Polo Ortigas; Marriott Manila Hotel; Marriott Bangkok; Enderun Colleges; New World Hotel Makati; New World Hotel Manila Bay; Large Marine Vertebrate Project; Grand Hyatt Singapore; Conrad Manila; Agos; Echo Store; Down to Earth; Healthy Options; Control Union; MSC/ ASC; Marine Wildlife Watch; The Peninsula Manila; Shangri-La Hotels; Fairmont Raffles; New World Makati; Le Club; Hooch; Reef Check Philippines; Slowfood Philippines; Gracepark; Fishers and Changemakers; Discovery Leisure Company; Sofitel Philippine Plaza; Accor Group Philippines; Vask; Disciples Escoffier International; Center for Culinary Arts; United States Agency for International Development (USAID); Conservation International; Bloomberg Philanthropies; Blueyou; Centre for Sustainability; Greenpeace Southeast Asia; Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA); RARE Fish Forever; Discovery Suites; Cinches, Vince; Schmidradner, Christian; Raymund, Anthony; Sarthou, Myke “Tatung”
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