DENR-6, GBCP plant 2,000 mangroves in Earth Day
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The Environmental Management Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (EMB-DENR)-6 and the Global Business Power Corporation planted atleast 2,000 mangrove propagules at Balabago Flood Control Area in Jaro, Iloilo City Wednesday. The GBPC officials, employees and scholars and the DEnR-6 partnered with the Philippine Army, Iloilo City Environment and Natural Resources Office, and Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers-Panay for the Earth Day Activity.
Tapalla, A. (2015, April 23). DENR-6, GBCP plant 2,000 mangroves in Earth Day. The Daily Guardian, p. B2.
Mangroves; Environmental protection; Environmental monitoring; Climatic changes; Coastal zone management; Storm surges; Global warming; Global Business Power Corporation (GBPC); Iloilo City Environment and Natural Resources Office; Philippine Army; Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers-Panay; National Greening Program (NGP); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI; Environmental Management Bureau (EMB)- Region VI; Debuque, Rex; Sampulna, Jim
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