Pollution decimates marine life
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An official of the Capiz State University in Barangay Dayao here warned on how “we’ve abused our environment” that led to the decline, if not extinction, of some marine species. Geronimo, Gregorio, CAPSU’s president for research and development made the “stern warning” during the launching and MOA signing for the Collaborative Research Project for Fisheries Development between the Southeast Asia Fisheries Development Center and the Capiz provincial government. The affair was held Nov. 16 at the Holding Room of the provincial Capitol here.
Pagharion, G. (2006, November 21). Pollution decimates marine life. The Daily Guardian, pp. 1, 16.
Water pollution; Research; Agreements; Fishery development; Coastal zone management; Livelihoods; Pollutants; Proliferation; Fish ponds; Governments; Capiz State University (CapSU); Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/ Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD); Gregorio, Geronimo; Ramos, Fidel; Bermejo, Vicente; Toledo, Joebert
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