PH joins research on maritime biodiversity
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A team of experts from Japan, Philippines, and Indonesia initiated a joint research project that will help boost local efforts to conserve and improve the resilience of the coastal ecosystems in the Coral Triangle and thereby to contribute to mitigating global warming. The Coral Triangle, the glocal center of the marine biodiversity, includes the waters of the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste, and Solomon Islands. The project entitled "Comprehensive Assessment and Conservation of the Blue Carbon Ecosystems and their Services in the Coral Triangle (BlueCARES)" is a five-year cooperation (2017-2022) under the Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS) Program supported by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).
PH joins research on maritime biodiversity. (2018, January 12). Malaya Business Insight, p. A4.
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Research; Mitigation; Global warming; Biodiversity; Sustainable development; Climatic changes; Conferences; Ecosystems; Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA); Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST); Joint Coordination Committee (JCC); Indonesia's Marine and Fisheries Research Development Agency; Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries; Tokyo Institute of Technology; University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD); Nadaoka, Kazou
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