LLDA to lose P80 M in fish pen demolition
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The Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA) expects to lose around P80 million in revenue with the dismantling of illegal fish pens in Laguna de Bay in the next three months. The LLDA is targeting the demolition of illegal fish pens in 3,000 hectares of the lake. Based on the action plan of the LLDA, fish pens with no permits, those blocking navigational lanes, covering excessive areas, delinquent in payment and put up outside the designated areas will be prioritized.
Simeon, L. M., & Villanueva, R. (2017, March 18). LLDA to lose P80 M in fish pen demolition. The Philippine Star, p. 12.
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Lake restoration; Lakes; Environmental restoration; Fishers; Fishery regulations; Aquaculture; Fishers; Permits; Water pollution; Man-induced effects; Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); National Bureau of Investigation (NBI); Philippine National Police (PNP); Philippine Army; Medina, Jaime
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