Aboitiz group moves to save Davao turtles
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For a caretaker's son at the Aboitiz Cleanergy Park, coming home is all about re-learning the lessons of family and environmental stewardship. The Philippines—an archipelago of 7,500 islands, nearly each with its own tongue and tribe. Yet despite this amazing diversity, each has this one familiar dwelling, a safe sanctuary called home. Rodolfo “Rudy Boy” Manib Jr. knows very well how it is like to come home. He is a resident of Punta Dumalag in Davao City, where the Aboitiz Cleanergy Park, a sprawling eight-hectare outdoor biodiversity park, is located.
Aboitiz group moves to save Davao turtles. (2016, June 12). Manila Standards, p. B3.
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