Road map needed for sustainable fishing
Representatives from six Asia-Pacific nations were in this city to draw a road map for sustainable fishing in the Coral Triangle, which is home to 76 percent of all known coral species. The six-member nations wanted commitments to improve documentation where fishery commodities come from to enable better fisheries management.
Yap, T. (2017, July 07). Road map needed for sustainable fishing. Manila Bulletin, p. 9.
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Sustainable fishing; Conferences; Environmental protection; Nature conservation; Documentation; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF); Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI); Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Biodiversity Bureau (DENR-BMB); Philippine Coast Guard; Aparri, Remia; Bayate, Drusila Esther
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