Logistics firm plants mangrove seedlings in Batangas
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FedEx Express, together with environmental non-profit organization Pusod Foundation, Inc., recently planted 3,000 mangrove seedlings in Barangay Papaya in Nasugbu, Batangas. The mangrove-planting activitiy was part of the company’s global giving program FedEx Cares. “We are excited to be part of this six-month mangrove-planting project as mangroves are essential in conserving the rich biodiversity of Nasugbu and protecting the coastline of Barangay Papaya,” said John Peterson, managing director at FedEx Express Philippines.
Logistics firm plants mangrove seedlings in Batangas. (2019, May 7). Manila Standard, p. C2.
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