Earth Day: Subic corals are nursed back to life
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Subic Bay Freeport—To mark Earth Day here on Friday, a nongovernment organization (NGO) took to the seas. Sangkalikasan Producers Cooperative has spearheaded efforts to nurse coral reefs back to health in Subic Bay, one of nine sites in the country where the NGO would carry out coral transplantation techniques under the reef restoration program of the government.
Macatuno, A. (2016, April 24). Earth Day: Subic corals are nursed back to life. Philippine Daily Inquirer, pp. A1, A14.
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