Illegal fishing plagues Tañon Strait
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An international non-government organization is urging the government to strictly enforce vessel monitoring measures pursuant to the newly-amended Fisheries Code. This after Oceana, the world’s biggest international NGO focused on marine conservation, completed a seven-day expedition which showed that illegal fishing activities, particularly dynamite and cyanide fishing, continued to operate in Tañon Strait, the country’s largest marine protected area between Cebu and Negros islands. Oceana, the world’s biggest international NGO focused on marine conservation, gathered valuable information and testimonies of small fisherfolk and local barangay and municipal officials, and monitored the impacts of destructive fishing and the presence of commercial fishing vehicles.
Illegal fishing plagues Tañon Strait. (2015, October 4). The Philippine Star, p. B5.
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Illegal fishing; Governments; Monitoring systems; Fishing vessels; Fishery regulations; Cyanides; Fishing; Explosive fishing; Fishers; Commercial fishing; Coral reefs; Gillnets; Fishing gear; Jurisdiction; Protected areas; Surveillance and enforcement; Fisheries; Fishery management; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Oceana Philippines; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)-Region VII; Department of Justice (DOJ); Ocampo, Daniel; Flores, Jimely; Bojos, Andres
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