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Next month, May is Ocen Month. But we need not wait for it to press for increased protection of the country's seas, and specifically our coral reef system. we should sustain efforts in protecting our oceans and marine ecosystems. The worsening state of the country's marine ecosystems should be immediately addressed. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature-Philippines, a typical square kilometer of healthy coral reef can produce about 30 to 40 metric tons of seafood every year.
Sustainable seas. (2016, April 08). Panay News, p. 8.
Species; Oceans; Sustainable aquaculture; Sustainability; Coral reefs; Coral reef conservation; Marine ecology; Seafood; Coasts; Marine organisms; Mangroves; Sea grass; Ecosystems; Tourism; Livelihoods; Fishers; Environmental protection; Coastal zone; Illegal fishing; Degradation; Environmental factors; Public health; World Wide Fund for Nature-Philippines
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