Rotary Club supports Boracay rehab return to its 'former glory'
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The Rotary Club of Sta. Mesa District 3780, through its president Jose Paulo Legaspi, supports the proposed rehabilitation of the island of Boracay to restore its former glory. “We have ignored nature’s warning signs in the past, and we paid the price. Let’s not let it happen to Boracay. Let’s help in whichever way we can. The best time to start is now,” said Legaspi, a supporter of Clean Up the Philippines, which has volunteered to help in the rehabilitation efforts for the “Island Paradise.”
Rotary Club supports Boracay rehab return to its 'former glory'. (2018, March 19). Manila Standard, p. B4.
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Restoration; Environmental restoration; Sewage treatment; Degradation; Tourism; Departments of Environment and Natural Resources(DENR); Rotary Club of Sta. Mesa District 3780; Department of Interior and Local Government; Department of Tourism; Cimatu, Roy; Legaspi, Jose Paulo; Año, Eduardo; Teo, Wanda; Duterte, Rodrigo
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