Manila Bay cleanup launched today
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Navotas City joins today the simultaneous metrowide waterways cleanup at the Manila Bay, an activity spearheaded by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) dubbed " One Day. One Bay." The city government had been exerting extra effort to raise the awareness and consciousness of the city's residents of the importance of the environment, especially the coastal areas to prevent flooding and its accompanying health risks.
Mahilum, E., & Villas, A. L. (2011, November 26). Manila Bay cleanup launched today. Manila Bulletin, p. 2.
Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Governments; Economics; Environmental monitoring; Environmental legislation; Water quality; Water management; Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO); Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA); Metro Manila Mayor's Spouses Foundation Inc.; Task Force Makati Waterways; Urban Development Department; Makati Social Welfare Department; Department of Engineering and Public Works; Manila Water; Maynilad Water Services Inc.; Tiangco, Johnrey; Robredo, Jesse; Binay, Jejomar
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