Fight environmental terrorism — Congress
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A lawmaker has called on Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu to intensify the government’s campaign against wildlife trafficking in the country, which she described as a form of environmental terrorism. Occidental Mindoro Rep. Josephine Ramirez-Sato made the call following reports that the Philippine National Police recovered 70 dead marine turtles, locally called pawikan, in the northern Palawan town of Dumaran last week.
Fight environmental terrorism — Congress. (17, July 2017). Manila Standard, pp. A6.
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