East Asia nations vow to curb marine pollution
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Countries in East Asia will bolster policies to reduce marine pollution and strengthen coastal restorations. Members of the intergovernmental Partnerships in Environmental Management for Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA) are signifying commitments to the “Iloilo Declaration: East Asian Region Moving as One to Secure Healthy Oceans, People and Economies.” Speaking at the 2018 East Asian Seas (EAS) Congress in Iloilo City, PEMSEA Executive Director Aimee Gonzales said the Iloilo Declaration is the first of its kind in East Asia.
Yap. T. (2018, November 29). East Asia nations vow to curb marine pollution. Manila Bulletin, p. 7.
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Marine pollution; Coastal zone management; Environmental restoration; Integrated coastal zone management; Sustainable development; Tourism; Climatic changes; Partnerships in Environmental Management for Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Gonzales, Aimee; Cimatu, Roy; La Viña, Antonio
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