Preserving Philippine marine life
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The melting of the polar ice caps, frequent and stronger typhoons, the thinning of the ozone layer--these are just some of the telltale signs of Global warming. It is no longer a myth or a conspiracy theory, that’s why more and more individuals are doing their fair share in helping stem the tide. Speaking of tides, here are some organizations dedicated to save Nemo, Dory, and other sea critters.
Gabac, R. G. (2019, February 28). Preserving Philippine marine life. Manila Standard, p. C3.
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Environmental protection; Nature conservation; Global warming; Marine organisms; Shells; Coral; Trade; Rare species; Marine resources; Environmental legislation; Biodiversity; Sustainability; Environment management; Filtration; Scuba diving; Statistical analysis; Scientific personnel; Natural resources; Globe Telecom; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office (MENRO); Waves For Water (W4W); Land Bank of the Philippines; United Nations (UN); Partners in Health; Compassion International; Nike; Marine Conservation Philippines (MCP); Green Fins; The Reef World Foundation; Oceana Philippines; The Pew Charitable Trusts; Oak Foundation; Marisla Foundation; Sandler Foundation; Rockefeller Brothers Fund; Philippine Navy; Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); Oposa, Anna; Gorgonio, Jose Wilbert L.; Rose, Jon
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