Laguna’s 7 Crater Lakes proclaimed world’s most threatened
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The Philippines Seven Crater Lakes in San Pablo City, Laguna have been chosen as the "Threatened Lakes of the Year 2014" by the Germany-based environmental group Global Nature Fund (GNF). In commemoration of World Wetlands Day, the GNF drew attention to the advancing destruction of the seven crater lakes, named Sampaloc, Bunot, Mojicap, Pandin, Palakpakin, Yambo and Kalibato. The GNF and the Friends of the Seven Lakes Foundation (FSLF) are seeking sustainable measures to protect the lakes and improve the quality of their water.
Laguna’s 7 Crater Lakes proclaimed world’s most threatened. (2014, February 3). The Philippine Star, pp. 1, 4.
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