Manila’s prime hotels unite for seafood sustainability
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Held on February 20 to 27, the second Philippine Sustainable Seafood Week continued the commitment to raising awareness among consumers of unsustainable fishing practices and its harmful implications with various activities such as workshops, cooking demonstrations, and presentations across Manila. In response, Sofitel General Manager and concurrently area general manager of AccorHotels Philippines Adam Laker noted that their group [comprised of Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, Raffles Makati, Fairmont Makati, Novotel Manila Araneta Center and Mercure Manila Ortigas] is committed to supporting Sustainable Seafood Week, assuring diners that an ever-increasing percentage of the seafood served are sourced from non-endangered fisheries.
Alpad, C. (2017, March 10). Manila’s prime hotels unite for seafood sustainability. The Manila Times, p. C7.
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Seafood; Fishery products; Sustainability; Exploitation; Marine ecology; Trade; Sustainable fishing; Fishing communities; Commercial fishing; Governments; Human food; Greenpeace Philippines Oceans Campaigner for Southeast Asia; Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila; Raffles Makati; Fairmont Makati; Novotel Manila Araneta Center; Mercure Manila Ortigas; Meliomar Inc.; Cinches, Vince; Laker, Adam; Schmidradner, Christian; Yonekawa, Hiromi
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