PH oceans get a break, thanks to MPIC's shore it up
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All over the country are quaint coastal towns, unknown to many people in Metro Manila, despite their rich biodiversity and exceptional beauty. From Alaminos, Pangasinan to Mabini, Batangas; Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro to Cordova, Cebu; Del Carmen, Siargao to Medina, Misamis Oriental, all the way to the province of Surigao Del Norte, are shoreline destinations whose lush mountains are untainted, almost untouched.
PH oceans get a break, thanks to MPIC's shore it up. (2018, March 3). Manila Standard, p. B4.
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Seaweeds; Coral; Aquatic crustaceans; Programmes; Oceans; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Coastal zone; Marine organisms; Marine parks; Chemical pollution; Eutrophication; Fisheries; Habitat; Introduced species; Climatic changes; Coral reef conservation; Coastal zone management; Nature conservation; Cleaning; Marine ecology; Species; Restoration; Sustainable development; Metro Pacific Investments Foundation (MPIF); Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC); Del Rosario, Melody; Miranda, Jake; Chan, Donato
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