Environmental degradation is Boracay's main problem
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Scientists and academicians gathered in Manila last month for a conference to map out a plan for Boracay's rehabilitation while tracing the resort island's woes to environmental degradation due to poor local governance.
Environmental degradation is Boracay's main problem. (2018, May 10). The Philippine Star, p. B6.
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