Candidates urged to come up with ‘blue agenda’ on sustainable fisheries
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Presidential candidates are urged to adopt a "blue agenda" in order to build a stronger fishery sector in the next six years. In a statement, non-governmental organizations (NGO) has called on the presidential candidates to include oceans conservation and sustainable fisheries in their electoral platforms.
Miraflor, M. B. (2016, April 23). Candidates urged to come up with ‘blue agenda’ on sustainable fisheries. Manila Bulletin, p. B-2.
Fisheries; Oceans; Nature conservation; Sustainable aquaculture; Fish; Governments; Fishery management; Conservation; Marine parks; Fish catch statistics; Biodiversity; Fishery regulations; Fishing grounds; Fishers; Resources; Policies; Fishery institutions; Rights; Agriculture; Planning; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Philippine Statistics Authority; Oceana Philippines; Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources; Department of Agriculture (DA); Agricultural Training Institute (ATI); Estenzo, Gloria; Ramos, Gloria Estenzo
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