'Keep marine tourism intact'
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Healthy marine ecosystems are critical to long-term and short-term development in marine tourism, experts said. World Wide Fund for Nature International Global Shark Program leader Andy Cornish made this point during the recently concluded Forum 2015 in Legazpi City from Nov. 25 to 27. Cornish, among the speakers, tackled how marine tourism could create a powerful economic incentive for conservation but could also lead to detriment impacts if improperly managed.
'Keep marine tourism intact'. (2015, December 4). Panay News, p. B2.
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