Low-key reopening eyed for Boracay
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The six-month rehabilitation of the island marks its first half today, July 26, but there are apprehensions whether the island is ready for reopening in the next three months. DOT-6 Regional Director Helen Catalbas that they will go for a "low-key" opening. "It will not be high profile. It will not be grand because rehabilitation is a work in progress," she said.
Conserva, L. H. (2018, July 26). Low-key reopening eyed for Boracay. The Daily Guardian, pp. 1, 15.
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Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Ecotourism; Environmental legislation; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH); Department of Tourism (DOT)-Region VI; Environmental Management Bureau (EMB); Catalbas, Helen; Cimatu, Roy; Sampulna, Jim; Cajilig, Cristy
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