Gold Seas Tuna sustains coral rehabilitation
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Junior Chamber International (JCI) Manila, in partnership with Gold Seas Tuna Chunks, recently held an underwater exhibition of which the exhibition pieces became artificial coral reefs. In 2011, JCI Manila launched project “Sea of Life,” a marine environment awareness effort through artificial reefs deployment, coral transplantation, mangrove planting, coastal clean-up and marine environmental awareness seminars. Since then, Sea of Life has made a positive environmental impact in marine ecosystems in Batangas, Bohol, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, Cebu and Iloilo.
Gold Seas Tuna sustains coral rehabilitation. (2018, December 13). The Manila Times, p. B5.
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Coral reef restoration; Underwater exploration; Artificial reefs; Coral reefs; Marine environment; Transplantation; Mangroves; Coastal zone management; Environmental impact; Exhibitions; Hydrographic surveys; Junior Chamber International (JCI); Philippine Navy (PN); Gold Seas Tuna Chunks; Anan, Kofi; Del Rosario, Ramon Sr; Giessenbier, Henry; Sycip, Washington; Vergel De Dios, Artemio; Yuchengco, Alfonso
- The Manila Times