Saving Pasig means saving big
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"So, what will happen if the government has more revenue because the 'esteros' are clean?" asked Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) chairperson Gina Lopez in an interview with MB Research. The PRRC chief herself offered an enticing answer: "Then, it will have more money to spend for social services to help the people." Lopez showed MB Research a 20-year saving forecast, should PRRC's river rehabilitation programs and strategies under her administration be implemented persistently.
Fernandez, Y. P. P. (2012, September 4). Saving Pasig means saving big. Tempo, p. 2.
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