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Close to 100 dive shops, hotel and resort operators in this city have signed a covenant for the protection and conservation of coral reefs here. Mayor Paz Radaza together with concerned government line agencies and the member of the Bantay Kalikasan Task Force also signed the covenant which took place in this city's Barangay Maribago's public beach.
Indino, P. J. (2014, February 28). Coral reefs. Manila Bulletin, p. 16.
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