DENR says 8 central Luzon wetlands are being overrun
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The eight wetland areas in Central Luzon are in danger of being overrun by human activities, prompting government authorities to call for active public support and vigilance in protecting them. Francisco Milla Jr., regional director of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in Central Luzon, stressed that wetlands are very important to the ecosystem, providing benefits both for humans and animals alike, thus his call for their sustainable protection and conservation.
Dizon, R. (2018, February 15). DENR says 8 central Luzon wetlands are being overrun. Manila Standard, p. B4.
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Wetlands; Wetland restoration; Governments; Public sector; Environmental protection; Ecosystems; Sustainable development; Nature conservation; Freshwater ecology; Biodiversity; Flood control; Ground water; Mitigation; Climatic changes; Sanctuaries; Migratory species; Flora; Fauna; Degradation; Pollutants; Sustainability; Tourism; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Milla, Francisco Jr.
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