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It’s been nearly a year to the day Roy Cimatu took over as secretary of environment and natural resources. Among his promises upon assuming the post was a thorough cleanup of water resources, particularly the country’s largest lake, Laguna de Bay. Cimatu vowed to continue dismantling illegal fish pens in the lake – a campaign that was started by his predecessor Gina Lopez.
Endangered Lake. (2018, May 13). The Philippine Star, p. 12.
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