'Bakawan' seedlings set for planting in Surigao
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Heeding the call of the national government to combat global warming and climate change through massive tree-planting activities, particularly to plant mangroves along the coastal areas, a mining firm is set to plant thousands of mangroves under the government’s “Adopt A Mangrove Plantation Program.” The project will be located along the wide coastal areas of the municipality of Barobo in Surigao del Sur province. In the “Adopt A Mangrove Plantation Program,” the Department of Environment and Natural Resources will sign a memorandum of agreement with the company.
Crismundo, M. U. (2015, March 12). 'Bakawan' seedlings set for planting in Surigao. Manila Bulletin. p. B-8.
Mangroves; Global warming; Climatic changes; Coastal zone; Mangrove conservation; Mangrove restoration; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; PhilSaga Mining Corporation; Mindanao Mineral Processing and Refining Corporation; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VIII; Tamayo, Nonito M.; Asunto, Rosendo A.; Ramirez, Hernan P.; Bonita, Marslou
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