DENR'S ten priority agenda: Protect environment, Protect life
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Scaling up of Coastal and Marine Ecosystem Program: This priority program seeks to strengthen food supply from the rich coastal and marine ecosystems as it also enhances the capabilities of both ecosystems as carbon sinks. Priority activities are as follows: 1. Development of Biodiversity Friendly Enterprises; 2. Maintenance and Protection of Coastal and Marine Ecosystems; and 3. Coral Reef and Sea Grass Assessment.
DENR's ten priority agenda: Protect environment, Protect life. (2018, December 18). The Daily Guardian, p. 3.
Environmental protection; Air pollution; Legislation; Water pollution; Water quality; Livelihoods; Forests; Biodiversity; Ecotourism; Deforestation; Protected areas; Coastal zone management; Land management; Mining; Environmental restoration; Environmental Management Bureau (EMB); Bantay Gubat; Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI; Sampulna, Jim; Cimatu, Roy; Iloilo; Manila Bay
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