A call to protect La Union's seas and 'pawikan'
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Tina Antonio of La Union Soul Movement joined “SOS: Save the Seas Coastival”—dubbed the green alternative to the famous “LaBoracay” Labor Day weekend in Boracay—but she was not there for the sea breeze, fresh seafood and the surfing waves of San Juan town. She was there as the harbinger of alarming news: That La Union’s once healthy sea is about to vanish in the next two years.
Alpad, C. (2016, May 17). A call to protect La Union's seas and 'pawikan'. The Manila Times, p. B7.
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Oceans; Sea turtles; Surfing; Seafood; Coasts; Coral; Nesting; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Nature conservation; Ecotourism; Hatching; Coastal Underwater Resource Management Action (CURMA); Save the Philippines Seas; World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF); Human Nature; Antonio, Tina; Tamayo, Toby; Saño, AG
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