ICC 2016: Taking action for clean, litter-free oceans
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The 31st International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day is observed on September 17, 2016, the third Saturday of the month, in many parts of the world. ICC, the largest volunteer effort for the health of oceans, mobilizes hundreds of thousands of volunteers from over 90 countries, including Philippines, to clean up trash and debris from beaches, shorelines, coasts, rivers, lakes, waterways, and dive sites and to record data on collected trash to raise awareness on the growing ecological problem.
ICC 2016: Taking action for clean, litter-free oceans. (2016, September 17). Manila Bulletin, p. 12.
Marine debris; Plastic debris; Environmental legislation; Ocean clean-up; Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); Ocean Conservancy (OC); International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) - Philippines; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG); Department of Education; Biodiversity Management Bureau; Boy Scouts of the Philippines
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