Tighten rules on seaweed farming, UN says
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Seaweed farming needs tighter regulation to limit damage to the environment after booming into a $6.4 billion business with uses in everything from sushi to toothpaste, a United Nations study showed on Sunday.
Tighten rules on seaweed farming, UN says. (2016, September 5). Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A11.
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Domingo, Ronnel W. (Philippine Daily Inquirer,
April 6, 2017, on page B6)A roadmap for the seaweed industry is being prepared as demand for Philippine supplies is starting to pick up in other countries, according to the Department of Agriculture. Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel F. Piñol said a ...
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Yap, Julio Jr. (Panay News,
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