Groups urge strong enforcement of amended fisheries code
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Several groups opened on Monday the two-day industry conference that will help the public and private stakeholders ensure the strong implementation of the amended fisheries code, which is crucial in restoring the productivity of the Philippines seas. To urge the stakes holders to strictly enforce the Philippine fisheries code(republic act 10654), fisheries champion started the sustainable fisheries summit on Monday until today (Tuesday). The summit aims to enhance the awareness among fisherfolk organizations plus public and private stakeholders about the amendments in the code.
Miraflor, M. B. (2015, October 20). Groups urge strong enforcement of amended fisheries code. Manila Bulletin, p. B-6.
Fishery regulations; Conferences; Sustainable fishing; Fisheries; Fisheries; Fishery organizations; Illegal fishing; Fishing vessels; ECOFISH; Greenpeace Philippines; Haribon Foundation; Institute of Social Order; National Government Organizations (NGO's) for Fisheries Reform; Oceana Philippines; Pambansang Kilusan ng mga Samahang Magsasaka (PAKISAMA); PANGISDA; PKSK National Union of Rural Based Organizations; Tambuyog Development Center; World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF); Alcala, Proceso
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