Rehabilitating Coral Reefs in Davao Region Through SCREMProgram
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The Philippines coral reefs ecosystem provides diverse and valuable functions and services such as coastal protection, fisheries production and tourism among others. Through the years, there were many initiatives and efforts to protect, conserve and rehabilitate this fragile ecosystem undertaken by various government agencies, organization, institutions and sectors both at the national and regional levels. The sustainable Coral Reef Ecosystems Management Program or SCREMP is a national program under the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) that conducts a strategic, sustainable and ecosystem-based approach in protecting and rehabilitating coral reef ecosystems within the country through the Coastal & Marine Management Division (CMMD), now Coastal Resources and Foreshore Management Section (CRFMS).
Rehabilitating Coral Reefs in Davao Region Through SCREMProgram. (2015, October 26). Manila Bulletin, p. B-9.
Coral reefs; Coral reef restoration; Environmental protection; Fishery products; Tourism; Environmental restoration; Environment management; Coastal zone management; Integrated coastal zone management; Environmental legislation; Sustainable development; Habitat; Food security; Mitigation; Climatic changes; Financing; Protected areas; Marine parks; Governance; Private sector; Environmental monitoring; Chelonia mydas; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Coastal & Marine Management Division (CMMD); Coastal Resources and Foreshore Management Section (CRFMS); Department of Agriculture (DA); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region XI; Fragada, Joselin Marcus E.; Arbiol, MYrna Erlinda D.
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